Carl Jocumsen is on the Harris Chain in Florida in January. He's going to go over how he uses his Humminbird Solix electronics to locate offshore grass clumps, which is how he finished well in the first Bassmaster Open of 2019.

  • 0:35 Sonar transducer and display setup
  • 1:48 What you're seeing on sonar, side-imaging and down-imaging and what you're looking for
  • 3:26 Marking waypoints when you find an area you want to fish
  • 5:18 Identifying baitfish on your sonar electronics
  • 6:00 Using color charts in Lakemaster mapping to quickly identify color ranges
  • 8:12 Fishing your waypoint-marked areas effectively
  • 10:33 The most difficult areas for most anglers to interpret on sonar and down-imaging
  • 11:15 The best part about Humminbird, you don't have to buy the latest and greatest with the biggest screens to get the tools you need, like down-imaging and side-imaging
  • 12:24 Approaching the juice while catching the most fish without alerting the group
  • 13:05 Identifying a bass in the tops of the grass on down-imaging and considering how to catch them
  • 16:51 Making adjustments, like sensitivity, contrast and colors for different lakes
  • 19:12 Looking for key features while on pad (30-40 MPH), screen setup and settings
  • 21:52 Review the imaging, sonar and waypoint and positioning process and preparing to catch the fish

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