Clear AllClose
Your cart is currently empty.

iBobber Pulse with Fish Attractor Fish Finder for iOS and Android Devices

Sold out
You Save: (%)
This product was viewed times within last hour

Availability: In stock


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. Syncs with iOS (Apple) 10.0 and later operating systems and Android 6.0 or later that use Bluetooth Smart (4.0). iBobber comes complete with USB Charger, Carrying Pouch, Product Guide.

  • New FishSiren™ calls the fish to you
  • Patented sonar fish identifier technology
  • LED beacon
  • Rechargeable battery and charge status indicator light
  • 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
  • Bluetooth Smart sync up to a distance of 100' for best battery life on the market
  • Choose between raw sonar or fish tagging views
  • Depth-tagged fish icons color coded by size
  • Waterbed and structure contour mapping
  • GPS spot tagging with interactive map
  • Trip Log with date, time, location, water temp, conditions, type of fishing, lure, number and species of fish caught
  • Lunar calendar and weather (temp, rain, wind, barometer)
  • Fish & strike alarms
  • Optional social media share features
  • Compatible with Google Watch and iWatch

Download the free app for iPhone or Andriod.

iBobber Pulse Wireless Fish Finder

Great Tacklebox Addition for All Types of Anglers and Styles of Fishing

The only portable fish finder, fish attractor, and app you can bring with you wherever you fish. The original iBobber was designed with portability and flexibility in mind, and iBobber Pulse with FishSiren is no different. No matter the skill level and type, any angler can take the latest castable sonar fish finding technology anywhere, while also taking the smallest fish attractor unit on the market, all in one! Fishermen and -women can mark and call fish, map depth contours and underwater structure, GPS tag catch location, save fish species, water temp, photos and hot spots in the trip log, and choose to share on social media directly through the iBobber app if desired.

As the best personal fish finder on the market, iBobber Pulse enables fish attraction and finding from shore and docks, kayak, raft, or canoe, and for bottom sounding areas not accessible by boat. It works in saltwater and freshwater, and is effective at locating fish and mapping structures on ponds, lakes, streams, and rivers. This castable unit even works for ice fishing! It was the peak of fishing tech to start with, and now with fish calling technology, iBobber is without a doubt the most interesting and cutting-edge fishing technology available.

Working similarly to fish attracting lures and larger, more expensive attraction devices, ReelSonar's FishSiren pulses to simulate prey fish and feeding time. This is fish attracting technology that has been around for decades, but never combined in this way before.

For both the iBobber Classic and Pulse, the free iBobber app syncs your devices via Bluetooth Smart to iBobber, so you can map waterbeds, mark spots, log water temps and depth, add lures, species, and photos in the trip log. The unique built-in LED beacon, and the strike and fish alarms, are great for ice fishing, carp, and night fishing. The high contrast design and the app’s anti-glare setting increases visibility in bright outdoor lighting.

Makes a Great Fishing Gift

Do you have an angler or outdoors lover in the family for whom you'd like to buy some fishing gear for but don’t know what to get? Look no further!  

iBobber Helps You Find Fish Faster, No Matter Where You Cast Your Line!

Shore Fishing

Catching more fish from shore requires some preparation and using a castable fish finder is a great way to figure out what the bottom looks like. The iBobber is one of the lightest of the portable fish finders that can be cast long distances to map the bottom contours and locate schools of fish or structure, ledges and holes where the big ones lurk. You can GPS mark spots, laydowns (trees that have fallen), weed beds, dropoffs and other underwater structure where fish might be lying in wait to ambush baitfish.

Dock and Pier Fishing

The iBobber is great addition to your tackle bucket for pier fishing. You’ll have the advantage over all the other anglers who don't know where the fish are. Whether in freshwater or at the ocean, just cast out to map the waterbed, mark fish and save GPS locations and you’ll catch more and larger fish every time. Use the iBobber fishfinder feature to locate and warn you when schools of fish gather under docks and piers and use the fish alarm to let you know when they are biting.

Kayak and SUP Fishing

The fastest growing segment in the fishing industry is now portable water-craft fishing, and for good reason. Necessary conservation efforts now mean that many great fishing waterways don’t allow powerboats. Fortunately, human-powered crafts are no longer limiting; whether fishing in saltwater for red snapper or sea trout, or freshwater for bass or panfish, the appeal of these crafts is obvious. There’s something primal about getting closer to nature and your targets, and doing battle with a big fish from a small boat. The iBobber makes for a perfect kayak accessory as a fish and depth finder that doesn’t require permanent installation and allows for reach beyond the hull.

Ice Fishing and Night Fishing

If your favorite angler loves ice fishing, consider iBobber a great Christmas / Holiday season gift idea. Even when it's cold out, the recipient will be able to go out and use it immediately to find out if 'there's fishes'. The iBobber and app are ideal tools for ice fishing. It is lightweight, portable, and the fish and bite alarms let you know when fish are around and when they bite. Even when everything is white or you can't see a thing, iBobber lets you use its trip log to save the GPS location of your favorite spots, water temps and depths, and species caught.