Jason Admin : Fishing Forum Posts

Jason Admin : Fishing Forum Posts

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If you're having playback issues, I also have a few suggestions:
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2. ensure some other device on your network is not monopolizing your network
3. you can use the gear icon in the lower right corner of the player to set the playback to a lower setting. This requires less data. The image quality will be lower but, particularly on phones, the quality difference is not as noticeable, but the performance increase can be significant. I hope this helps.

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Topic: Garmin 7612

Is this unit on the front? Is the transducer mounted on the trolling motor?

Do your units share a transducer? It sounds like you have these networked to share a transducer/gps. If so, there shouldn't be a problem with interference.

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Topic: Skipping

Zona discusses this topic in his "Fishing Docks Differently" seminar. Jump ahead to about 15:38. https://bassu.tv/bass-fishing-video/fishing-docks-differently-mark-zona
I hope this helps.

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I have 1 of each unit with fish id features turned off, both my units display fish as arches. I think the thickness of the line and length of the arch may have to do with the sensitivity and other display-related settings.

I'm experiencing this at Lake Norman right now. So far my experience has been that I'm able to get away with more aggressive lures than I would normally use to catch spots in the areas with the grass. Recently I caught several fish around grassy docks with a chatterbait where the visibility was probably 6-10ft. In the past, I've had little luck in that same area with any power fishing technique, and had only had success with dropshots, shakey heads and finesse swimbaits.

Here are some resources that may help:
https://bassu.tv/faq (If you're logged in, there's a video on this topic under the second question in the FAQ, click to expand that question)

Squarebills come to mind. Usually fish those through cover. Otherwise, I'm usually digging up the bottom with any diving crankbait.

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Topic: Skipping

I believe Zona mentions in his seminar on dock fishing (https://bassu.tv/bass-fishing-video/fishing-docks-differently-mark-zona ) that a softer rod tip is good. He also states not to rare back and throw it, but a gentle skip motion, like skipping a stone. Obviously the smoother the line comes off the reel, the better. I believe most techniques that are fished when skipping are best done with higher gear ratio, so you may want to keep that in mind. From our video library, I would say the line choice will be fluoro or braid.

The knot is actually called a double clinch knot. You can see many diagrams and videos online for how to tie this knot. You'll know you're seeing the right not because you'll see the 3 tag ends that Gerald mentions after you trim the knot.

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Douglas, I'm sorry, I don't know of a good fishing forecast app. What exactly are you looking for? Something that predicts the best times in a day to go fishing? Something that has all the relevant weather information?

Frank, I have a helix as well. I'll take a look at this next time I'm out. What do you mean by "put it on standby" is that what they call it? I don't recall that setting.

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How do you get the Helix on standby? I'm just not familiar with the setting. I also have a Lowrance, but it's a 2007 unit, and I don't believe it has that setting.

Thanks for letting us know. One of our goals is certainly to provide anglers with the knowledge to help them build confidence in new techniques, tackle, seasonal patterns, adjusting to conditions and more.

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Thanks for your feedback, Brian. We are always looking for new platforms and we will discuss this in our upcoming technology planning meetings.