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Humminbird Side image interpreted


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By Ray - Posted on 26 August 2010

Here is a image from the Humminbird 1197 with "my" interpretation.
The picture is taken going off a steep ledge that has a hard bottom. The ledge goes from 22 to 32 feet.
The red circle is a nice brush pile up on top of the ledge.
The yellow circle is nice tight bait ball suspended high in the water column.
The blue circle is the sonar shadow created by the tight bait ball.
The yellow circle is what I find quite interesting. I think it is bait being attacked by fish of some kind.

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Carl Painter's picture

Looks good Ray, gotta get me one of those infernal machines, I guess! These snapshots would be much more helpful if you would tell me what lake, and the latitude and longitude....lol!

danny malone's picture

Ray, just to remind everyone you can "click" on your pictures to make them much larger then get your FBI magnifiying glasses and have a good look, i'll be ready for next contest.

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