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Side imaging pictures from Pickwick Lake


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By Ray - Posted on 09 August 2010

So Charlie and I spent around 10 hours just riding around Pickwick Lake running the 1197 si looking for cover to fish in the upcoming Crappie USA Classic. I took some pictures of to share with you guys since I now have the double transducer set-up and the Humminbird is running like a champ. I think this is a section of someones dock that blew away in one of the storms. It is a long way from anything so this is just a guess. Can you see the fish hanging out on this? They are there look close. You can enlarge the picture to see better.

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Ray,
Save me a little time please. I need the lat and long to go with the image.

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Another pointer here. You can see the outside of this image is dark. I should have reduced he range to about 45 feet each direction. The side image range is only effective to about 3.5 times the depth so the outer edges are of no use in the picture.

Ray

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Hey Ray, save me some time and money by posting all coord.'s to any mats or brush you find. We got a little tourn. to go to down there at the end of October!!lol

FISH ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Simpson Jigs
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Hey DTG that is a good one all right. Man I have found a lot of stuff like, a ladder, a sunk boat no telling how many pallets and a few things I have not been able to figure out what they were. I am thinking about fishing that little tournament in Oct also.

Ray

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A sonar-operated monitoring device mounted in a boat that is used to read the bottom structure, determine depth, and in some cases actually spot the fish; also called a fishfinder.

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