From your first cast, there’s a lot to love about iBobber™.
You’ll love that it syncs via Bluetooth Smart® with your iPhone or iPad or phone or tablet for Android™ up to 100’ away, so you have a fishfinder that’s as mobile as you are.
iBobber uses sophisticated sonar to locate fish down to 135’, with 2 fish sizes, while the intuitive app enables you to GPS tag favorite hotspots, map waterbed contours, and measures water temperature.
And you’ll love that you can save details of all your fishing adventures with the Trip Log, and share it all on social media. You’ll also love the Lunar Calendar, Fish and Strike Alarm, LED Beacon, Weather sync, and stunning graphics.
The love gets even deeper when you see how simple iBobber is to use. One cast and you’ll be hooked. Fish with it and you’ll have great stories to tell. A love story, too. Get the free iPhone app. Or free Android app.
The iBobber app is simple and intuitive. It has everything you need, nothing you don’t.
On the iBobber sonar dashboard you'll see a convenient depth scale on the left, depth tags for each fish that's pinged by the sonar, and 2 fish sizes— orange tag is fish under 15", green tag is over 15". You'll also see if there's vegetation on the bottom. iBobber sonar detects fish from 3 to135ft/41m deep, and lets you see where they are and how many there are...so maybe this time that big one won't get away.
With a simple tap you can see some important stats— Battery status and H20 temperature.
You can also turn on and off the Fish Alarm, and on and off and adjust the Strike alarm. And control the LED beacon on the iBobber for night fishing, or to see it on the water in low light conditions.
iBobber weather is GPS based and provides current temperature, estimated high and low temperature for the day, the percentage chance of rain, the wind speed and what direction it's blowing in from, as well as the barometric pressure.
The monthly lunar calendar screen will give you the moon phases by day and date. And you can also get the moon rise and set, and the sun rise and set— just tap today's date to see it.
Just tap any GPS Tag button on any screen and the Date, Time, and Location of your trip auto-loads in Trip Log. Name your trip, then log conditions and the type of fishing. Track lures the fish are hitting on, and species of fish you've caught. Then share it all with your friends who are stuck back in the office.
Now you can see the contour
of the waterbed on your smart
device. Just cast the iBobber,
tap Begin, get ready to a count
of 3, then reel the iBobber over
the area to map, tap Stop, and
have a look at the waterbed
map (up to 135' deep), and the
contours of the bottom.
iBobber is for anyone who loves to find fish, and wants to catch more of them.
Just cast it and Ping! iBobber syncs via Bluetooth Smart and shows you where
the fish are.
iBobber is simple to use, easy to charge, and can help make fishing more fun
than it's ever been. Even if you have a boat-mounted fishfinder, iBobber can free
you from seeing fish only under your boat. And finding more fish is always a lot
more fun than just fishing. Get the free iPhone app or free Android app.
|Sonar:||3' - 135’ deep • Depth scale & Fish depth & 2 Sizes||GPS Tagging:||Tag fishing hotspots|
|Waterbed Mapping:||Up to 100'||H20 Temp|
|Lunar Calendar:||Month & Day, Moon & Sun rise/set||Fish Alarm|
|Weather:||Temp, Rain, Wind & Barometer||LED Beacon:||Remote On / Off|
|Strike Alarm:||On / Off / Adjustable||Battery Status|
|Trip Log:||Date, Time, Location, Title, Conditions, Type of Fishing, Lure, # of fish caught/species, Map|
|Included:||iBobber, USB Charger, Carry Pouch, Instructions, App Redemption|
|Sonar Depth:||3 to 135ft / 41m||Units:||Imperial / Metric|
|Bluetooth Range:||Up to 100ft / 30m||Battery:||3.7V Rechargeable|
|Sonar:||Single Beam, 90° , 118kHz||Battery Charge:||Up to 10 hrs / Standby ~ weeks|
|Bluetooth:||Bluetooth Smart v4.0||Size:||59mm Diameter|
|Power:||Auto-On in water||Weight:||47gm / 1.7oz|
The concept for iBobber began in the Spring of 2012 with a very simple question that Alex, our CEO, asked of himself when he was trying to catch bass with his father-in-law. Fishing from the back of the boat, Alex looked longingly at Jim's boat-mounted fish finder that was mounted too far forward to see the screen clearly. And Alex wondered, "why can't I have a fishfinder connected to my iPhone (or Android), then I can see it anywhere I'm on the boat? Or from shore, or a pier, or a kayak, or from a friend's boat?!" And so iBobber was born.
As you get to know us, you'll find that ReelSonar is a company not only created by guys who love to fish, but that we're dedicated to helping all anglers, amateur to professional, young to old, bait lovers and lure aficionados, find more fish so they can catch more fish.
Bottom line— we love fishing and want to do everything we can to make fishing the most fun it can be for everyone. Get your own iBobber at one of our Retailers, and get the free iPhone app or free app for Android.
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If you’ve followed our Facebook page and website, you’ve probably seen our tutorial videos or read your user manual for your iBobber. Now we want to bring you some first-person user testimonials, so for the next few weeks, we’re launching a new series of blog posts that will cover every aspect of using an iBobber, from un-boxing your unit to syncing with the app and, of course, catching fish. We wanted a good test subject for this experiment, one who has never used an iBobber, to demonstrate just how user-friendly this little gadget is. So first, let’s meet our iBobber tester and blogger: Meet the Blogger: "Hi! My name is Carly, and I’m an outdoor writer, blogger, and avid angler. I’ve been...
The iBobber team here at ReelSonar had a great time showing off the iBobber at ICAST/IFTD 2015. Since we got back from the show, we've been getting more requests for interviews and video editorial, and we wanted to share the latest ones with you. First, check out this video from Winston Chester and the Panhandle Outdoors team, where Jim Carillo explains the features of the iBobber. If you want to skip straight to the iBobber interview, then go to the 14:24 mark. Thanks to Panhandle Outdoors for the excellent editorial! Feel free to subscribe to their channel, especially if you're a Florida native. https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=882&v=UwU8zwUVdtk This next interview is audio-only on ESPN's Podcenter, "Chauncey's Great Outdoors." Skip ahead to the 30-minute mark if...
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