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Humminbird ICE 35

Ice Fishing Flasher

Product # 407020-1

  • Ice Fishing Flasher
  • 3-Color Fiber Optic Flasher Display
  • Selectable Dual Frequency Sonar
  • XI 9 19 Ice Transducer Included
  • 2X Dynamic Zoom
  • Adjustable Gain
  • Upto 200ft Depth Capability


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  • ICE 35 Flasher
  • 7Ah Battery
  • Wall Charger
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Humminbird ICE 35

Ice Fishing Flasher
Brand New Includes Two Year Warranty
Product # 407020-1
  • 3-Color Fiber Optic Flasher Display
  • XI 9 19 Ice Transducer Included
  • 2X Dynamic Zoom

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$349.99

Humminbird ICE 45

Ice Fishing Flasher
Brand New Includes Two Year Warranty
Product # 407030-1
  • 3-Color Fiber Optic LCD Dispaly
  • XI 9 19 Ice Transducer Included
  • 2x Dynamic Zoom

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$416.99

Humminbird ICE 55

Ice Fishing Flasher
Brand New Includes Two Year Warranty
Product # 407040-1
  • 6-Color Fiber Optic LCD Display
  • XI 9 19 Ice Transducer Included
  • 2x Dynamic Zoom

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$484.99
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The Humminbird Ice Fishing Flashers are designed specifically for the avid ice fishermen. Several models in this line feature brand new technologies like center dial LCD display engineered for peak performance in temperatures as cold as -20°F. With Humminbird you can make the most out of every ice fishing excursion.

Fishing Flasher

The ICE Flasher Series™ uses sonar to locate structure, bottom composition, as well as depth directly below the transducer. The Fishing Flasher Series™ models are made up of 2 components, the control head and the transducer. The control head contains the transmitter and receiver, as well as the user controls and display. The transducer is suspended beneath the water, underneath the ice, and converts electrical energy from the transmitter into mechanical pulses or sound waves. The transducer receives the reflected sound waves and converts them back into electrical signals for display on the Flasher Dial.