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Old 04-18-2018, 01:09 PM
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Default Sonar help!

Took shots of a few things that interested me. I have no clue what I am looking at. Maybe someone here knows what it is.

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IMO 1-wood stick or single fish, 2-stump, 3-4 batfish
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Use DI - switch back and forth, it can help you make an informed decision on what you ARE viewing.

Heck - I use 2D the least now a days...

1st looks like a nice fish
2nd looks like wood or stumps on bottom
3rd looks liked bait clouds and 1 or 2 game fish over top - but on the fringe of coverage
4th is the same, but the (1 or 2) game fish are further into the 2D beam.

...AND get some Windex Multi-surface W/ Vinegar & clean that screen!

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