iBobber Fish Finder

by  ReelSonar

iBobber Fish Finder Description

Love at first cast. This pocket-sized fish finder is as mobile as you are! The iBobber is the smallest and lightest personal sonar depth finder on the market. It is a castable, portable, and wireless fish finder that syncs with the free app on your smartphone or tablet up to 100’ away. This thing is really cool! Engineered with patented sonar technology providing accurate readings of bottom contours, depths, structures, and fish, the iBobber packs a lot of tech into a very small package. The iBobber comes complete with: USB Charger, Carrying Pouch, Product Guide

Additional Attributes

  • Patented sonar fish identifier technology with LED beacon
  • Rechargeable battery and charge status indicator light with 10+ hrs battery life
  • Accurate sonar readings down to a depth of 135'
  • 2 Snap swivel connections for use as bobber or as remote fish finder
  • Free app on iOS and Android
  • Bluetooth Smart sync up to a distance of 100' for best battery life on the market
  • Waterbed and structure contour mapping, GPS spot tagging with interactive map
  • Lunar calendar and weather (temp, rain, wind, barometer)
  • Fish & strike alarms
  • Optional social media share features
  • Trip and spot logging, weather, and lunar calendar app functions available w/o iBobber hardware

iBobber Fish Finder Reviews

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I attempted to use the…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 4/22/2021

I attempted to use the ibobber from shore. I was able to connect when it was within 20 feet or so but not further. Even when I connected, it would last just a few seconds before disconnecting then reconnecting again after 30 seconds. It didn't stay connected long enough to display any data. I used a different rod for it. I used it on an Android phone. My husband had the same issues when he tried on his phone. A complete waste of money. I don't think it can be recycled either. Into the trash it goes


I am a new user still trying…

Submitted by: guest-paddler on 2/4/2019

I am a new user still trying to figure it all out I never even used a fishfinder of any kind beforeunless it's just me it has problems losing sonar has problems I guess losing Bluetooth signal or tell me it's out of water when it's not I don't know if all these are from my lack of experience or what Two stars is because I haven't figured out yet it may be better