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A qestion on how to read your fish finder

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1 A qestion on how to read your fish finder on Thu Mar 07, 2013 6:24 am

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OK so ya I have a fish finder and it works very well. I am able to meter fish I know they are there Red Smile .
I really use it to check depth and water temp. as well as structure. However this is were my knowledge starts to become limited. I can see drop off's, or rock piles, but I am not sure as to how to find lets say eel grass, or other structures. thanks for your help afro


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