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learning to read a graph


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By gary - Posted on 07 February 2011

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Gary here is a good video to get you started. http://www.crappie101.com/crappie/youtube-understanding-your-electronics
One of the best things you can do is take your depth finder and look at objects to know and see what kind of reading you get. I had a 525 for a long time and it is a good depth finder.

Ray

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A line of abrupt change in depth, bottom type, or water clarity in the feature of otherwise uniform structure. A place where there is a sudden or drastic change in the depth of the water, or weed type. This may be the edge of a creek, a submerged cliff, or even a stand of submerged weeds.

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