|07-11-2019 09:53 AM|
Another leveling issue that I have not seen mentioned is throttle level. When you have your boat on plane vs when your are trying to keep the nose up for a dry ride vs when you have your kicker down and trolling.
There are an infinite number of variables in the leveling equation.
|06-25-2019 09:38 PM|
I used the coin/level technique to make sure my transducers where level when in the water. I was amazed how much I had to raise up my jack when in the garage to replicate being on the water. Since I run a tiller and sit in the back I can only assume I'm pretty nose high.
Changing chart speed can make quite a difference on how fish appear on 2D sonar. I run around 1-2 notches below the highest speed.
|06-24-2019 09:48 PM|
|Schins||Im way too fascinated by modern fishing electronics to get rid of them. I love seeing whats under the water, and find myself wanting to watch my finder more than wanting to actually fish.|
|06-24-2019 04:35 PM|
Running water was always available........just grab a bucket and run down to the lake and fill it up.
Dirty floors are a result of not sweeping up.
|06-24-2019 01:58 PM|
Anyone miss horses and buggys?
no running water?
|07-12-2018 09:58 AM|
|07-12-2018 04:53 AM|
|brigeton||I agree about having the transducer level, the chart speed will affect how the arcs look as well. I don't really care if it's a arc or a blob. It's still a fish.|
|07-11-2018 07:51 PM|
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|07-11-2018 07:48 PM|
|Darrenf442||When you use the coins to level your transducer you do it with the level facing front to back, in that case wouldn't you also want to level it from side to side ???? Also do you level the transducer on your trolling motor to ??? And how do you keep your boat level in waves ???|
|07-11-2018 07:16 PM|
Takes a lot to tune / rig a boat correctly when you first get it and set it up. Have to get all the gear in the boat to for how it will be riding.
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