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Old 09-13-2010, 11:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Some sample Images from 10'-30' Depths with Humminbird Side Imaging and Down Imaging:


Swinging Bridge has fallen down...



House Foundation...



Flooded Forest...



Grass Line...



Grass, Rocks and Creek Channel...



Box Culvert Under Road...



Boat Ramp Rip Rap...



Big Tree Fallen on the bottom and broken up...



Bulldozer Pile...



Lots of Erosion...featured in BASSmaster Magazine this month...



Down Imaging of Rock Formation...



School of fish in Down Imaging...



Ledge...


Down Imaging of Trees on a Drop...



Logs on the bottom and few still standing...



Dock Anchor Drag...



Rock Piles at Boat Ramp...



Check back for some deep water images coming soon .....

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Old 09-14-2010, 07:24 AM   #2 (permalink)
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picture (1) what are all the squiggly line to the left ?
picture (5) what is the dark area to the right of screen
down image of rock formation, are those fish on top of rock I see?

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Old 09-14-2010, 09:36 AM   #3 (permalink)
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1) those are standing trees - that have lost most of the limbs out of the tops

5) THe reason it is dark on the right edge is because there is ridge or raised bank rnear the creek and drops as you move away - kind of like a natural levee. Since sonar cannot bend around corners you can tell this is raised because the sound wave can bend over to read the bottom. Plus this image is being shot in 800kHz frequency which has 110 coverage area with the sound waves more focused down than the 455kHz frequency which is focused to cover 180 from surface to the directly below the transducer.

Yes there is a school of fish on the rocks...good eye!

Can you spot any more fish???? Several of the other images have fish in them....let see who can find them...



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Not real sure ?
I notice on a couple of your screens, degrees at top of screen. is one water temp and one air temp ?
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This one has two temps because the Temp is the water Temp and Aux Temp is my Livewell Water Temp.

In the DI Images the top line is the Quick Visual Temp Bar that shows temperature trends represented by the black line. IF the Temperature was rising the line would be angled upwards, if it was cooling it would be angled downward so you could quick recognize changes in water temperature without having to focus on the numbers and remember what the reference temperature was.



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