I did a short video of how to catch Bluegill. You can check put the video here:
Okay now that we have our Sonar Logging recorded and placed in a folder on our home computer we need a way to view it. the program that I use is called Sonar Viewer. You can download the at this link Sonar Viewer 2.1.2 . Once you download the program install it on your computer.
Select File the go to the folder you created and select the file in this case the recording was named Sonar0000.sl2.
Now just hit the Arrow to start the recording. Notice that if you move your cursor over the item or object you will get the Depth, and GPS info along with other information.
Joy hope this helps you better use the tools we use for fishing.
I had a chance to make a trip to Pickwick with fishing buddy Lynn Melton yesterday. Of course the day I finally get to head to the lake the wind was howling with swells of two to three feet blowing straight up the lake.
Conditions: Weather air temp 50*, WSW wind 15 to 20 mph, heavy cloud cover no sunshine at all. Water temperature was 49* in most of the places we fished.
We managed to catch five keeper size bass all on crankbaits. The bite was slow and we found them in two places that had to be close to deep water. Now when I say deep water we were fishing near a creek channel swing that was about 12 to 15 feet deep. Our best fish was a 5.75 pound largemouth caught by Lynn and I had one over four pounds and another one close to four. The other two were just keepers.
Check out this nice smallie John caught on six pound test line and a small plastic finesse lure Thursday afternoon.
John and I fished together that day starting out in shallow water for the flipping bite. We had several pickups but did not hook any fish. The water temperature was around 70° in most of the lake. Our best five fish that day was around twenty pounds. We caught fish shallow and in deeper water near the famous Pickwick ledges. Again we had to fight the wind all day.
Anna sent me this photo of a Chain Pickerel she caught on a recent fishing kayak trip with her dad Wray Dillard. Thanks for sharing and I enjoyed your videos on YouTube.
Fellow worker and buddy Mark Custer and I had a chance to hit the lake last week on Pickwick for some crappie and shell-cracker fishing. We had an excellent day of fishing bringing home 14 crappie and about 25 shell-crackers. We caught almost all the fish anchored off one spot using Bobby Garland Baby Shad plastics on a 1/16 oz. unpainted lead-head on 4-pound test Mr. Crappie Hi-Viz line.
I had a chance to make a fishing trip yesterday with a good friend from work yesterday for crappie and shellcracker. We caught a lot of fish on small 1/16 oz. leadheads with Bobby Garland Baby shad lures. As you can see from the photos, the first one shows a school of feeding stripe (yellow stripe & a school of shellcracker). These images are a snapshot from my Hummingbird 1158 HD Down Image. Hope this helps you to understand your images on your units.
Here is an image I did a snapshot of from my Humminbird 1158 Down Image unit yesterday while crappie fishing. As you can see there were a lot of fish in the school and from past experience I have found that crappie usually suspend in the shape of a Christmas tree unlike a lot of the other species I fish for. I only kept 9 fish from those that I caught.
I had an opportunity to hit the lake yesterday afternoon for a little fishing. I thought I would show you an image from my Humminbird 1158 Down Image unit I did a snapshot of. This is a huge school of fish and you can see that there were a lot of them.
This is what the school of fish actually were, I caught at least 50 to 75 from this school using a Bobby Garland Monkey Milk Baby Shad on a 1/16 oz. unpainted lead-head. Almost every one of them hit the jig as it was falling. A lot of them were larger that your open hand. I turned them all back as I was fishing for crappie.
Ronnie Ellis fished with Dave and I yesterday on an awesome fishing trip. Here are three of Ronnie’s best five bass that weighed 24.15 pounds.