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New Side Imaging Academy Videos - Series Complete!

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By Shannon - Posted on 26 January 2009

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Hello Shannon just wanted to thank you for your help and to let you know that I watched all the side Imaging videos and learned a few things. I would also like to see video on how to use the marking and the best way to get back to your mark as well as a down sonar view of some of the side view targets.

Nothing like catching slabs

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Welcome to the site thankfull and you are entered in the crappiei gear contest. Funny you should ask about the marking structure and getting back. That is our next project and we have been discussing how to best illustrate this feature of the side imaging units. It is coming soon.


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