DIY Scupper Transducer Mount by Dennis Kieselhorst | Apr 3, 2020 | 2014 Karma Unlimited, Featured Post, Fishing, Fishing Feature, Fishing Instruction, Germany | 0 comments There are many Scupper Transducer Mounts for fishing kayaks on the market and a lot of kayak anglers have come up with very creative solutions for themselves. Here is my personal DIY Scupper Transducer Mount solution! Do you have a friend in metal production? Then it’s easy! If not, you will surely find similar material in the hardware store that will be made to fit with a few custom adjustments and new holes. Here is my solution, you need the following things: – 1 round disc (approx. 55 mm diameter, approx. 2 mm height) with a hole for the screw and at least one side cable entry. – 1 washer (approx. 55 mm diameter, approx. 2 mm height) with a hole for the screw and a bent attachment for the transducer. – 1 screw (possibly in different lengths depending on the kayak model. I attached the mount to the Liska, YuPIK, Bite FD and BigRig HDFD and needed 3 different lengths). – Various matching washers and nuts. The disc with a diameter of 55 mm has so far fit in all models where I have attached it. The assembly is very simple. There are many kayak anglers who build a holder from PVC pipe or similar. Many solutions are possible with creativity and there are plenty of examples on YouTube. If you prefer to buy a Scupper Transducer Mount from the trade, check out the Lowrance Kayak Scupper Mount: https://www.lowrance.com/lowrance/type/accessories/sonar-transducers-accessories/kayak-scupper-hole-transducer-mount/ A few adjustments may have to be made for fish finders from other brands. If you prefer a solution with a side arm, then take a look at the following product: YakAttack SwitchBlade™ Transducer Deployment Arm https://www.yakattack.us/switchblade-transducer-deployment-arm-ffp-1001/ Have fun tinkering! Instagram: @denniskieselhorst Submit a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.