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Old 04-22-2013, 01:34 PM   #1
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Default Side-scan sonar pics: More Pensacola Bay wrecks and reefs

WhackUm and I found this stuff the bottom of Pensacola Bay over by the park. The scan width is 400'. The smallest object circled is 10' long and the largest is 50'. There seems to many large semi-permanent sand dunes out there as well.

We took these pics with the small sonar fish. I will post more pics when we take the big fish out. It swims deeper and can capture higher resolution images.
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Old 04-22-2013, 03:54 PM   #2
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How deep are the scans in the pics. Is the tow fish running on top?
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Old 04-22-2013, 07:03 PM   #3
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How deep are the scans in the pics. Is the tow fish running on top?
The depth was about 40' and the fish was 20' off the bottom. The scan swaths are 200' wide on each side, 400' total scan width.
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Those are awesome images. Thanks for sharing!
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Fisheye, what is your e mail...? I would like to inquire about some of your services. I am from SC and have in laws I am visiting. We just want to put a few fish in the boat. I am good with navagation and have been out with others that showed me a good general area. If anyone would want to swap some great SC numbers let me know.
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Lots of mud in those scans....
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While doing the scanning the bottom seemed to be sand for the most part. Mud bottom shows up much darker when using this sonar fish.

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Fisheye, what is your e mail...? I would like to inquire about some of your services. I am from SC and have in laws I am visiting. We just want to put a few fish in the boat. I am good with navagation and have been out with others that showed me a good general area. If anyone would want to swap some great SC numbers let me know.
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