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Humminbird side image Picture Fish On Stump

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By Ray - Posted on 10 August 2010

I have been asked many times if I could actually see fish when they were relating closely to cover. Here is a screen capture from the Humminbird 1197 of a stump with fish on it. This is a classic image of what they look like. At first glance you do not see them but when you look more closely they are obvious.
The cursor marks the stump the dark portion is the sonar shadow. Now see the 2 fish at the top left hand corner of the cursor?


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