Humminbird's New MEGA Live Imaging - Kolo
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Humminbird's New MEGA Live Imaging - Kolo



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Jeff Kolodzinski (aka Kolo) sits down with The Bass University to talk about exciting developments in the Humminbird product line, namely the launch of MEGA Live at the 2021 Bassmaster Classic. Kolo breaks down how MEGA Live fits into an overall Humminbird strategy to locate fish, present your bait to them and determine their mood and reaction to your bait. Everyone talks about how other technologies, like Spot-lock have also helped transform how we fish. Lastly, Kolo talks about his attempt to catch 2977 fish (one for each life lost on 9/11) to raise funds for Fishing for Life and first responders.

  • 0:15 KOLO from Humminbird is just happy to be talking to people in person!
  • 1:10 The launch of MEGA Live imaging at the 2021 Bassmaster Classic
  • 2:24 What is MEGA Live imaging and how has Humminbird refined forward-facing sonar?
  • 4:36 Analyzing fish behavior to decide what to do and what NOT to do
  • 6:01 What is the user experience for using the new MEGA Live and how do you use it with Lakemaster mapping side imaging, down imaging, MEGA 360 and other Humminbird technologies to zero in on bass?
  • 15:40 It takes practice, MEGA Live is not a silver bullet, it's a tool that takes practice to master if you're going to compete. Kolo shares the fast track to building your confidence with this new sonar tool
  • 21:35 Don't be stuck in your ways, if you're a shallow water guy, you can go catch offshore bass
  • 26:20 Spot-lock and other positioning accessories
  • 30:32 Spot-lock or Raptors if you can only have one?
  • 33:27 Fishing for Life and the attempt to catch 2977 fish on September 11th, 2021 (learn more at Marathon Man Fishing)
  • 42:10 Barbless hooks and maggots to catch 2977 fish in 24 hours

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· electronics · forward-facing sonar · humminbird · interview · sonar · spot-lock

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