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Old 04-10-2012, 10:59 PM   #1
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Default Side-scan sonar pics: Pete Tide II

Practicing with my new side-scan sonar fish. The pics get a little bigger when you click on them.
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Old 04-10-2012, 11:07 PM   #2
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That is so Cool... Thanks for posting the scans.
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Wow!
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Is that Simrad??
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Thats amazing! Look at the fish. Dont see the two sharks that always seem to greet me when I dive there!
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Simply Amazing
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Is that hummingbird or lowrance?
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Is that hummingbird or lowrance?
The Hummingbird and Lowrance side-scan units are hull-mounted systems. I used a towed sonar "fish" to take these pics.
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Very nice
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[QUOTE=WhackUmStackUm;878019]The Hummingbird and Lowrance side-scan units are hull-mounted systems. I used a towed sonar "fish" to take these pics.[/QUOTE

Tell me, do you have to get the transducer/sender away from the boat or is it all about getting the trans/sender deeper into the water column?

Have you taken any pictures in 200' +?
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