Everything was covered by 6-8 foot of water on Lake o the Pines. Screen shots show boatlane poles & each has a white waypoint also.
But HDS12 split-screen running 35.5mph over the Boatlane Hump:
Another split-screen running 45.4 down the lane:
Lastly, a shot of a Palestine creek bend with stumps & laydown:
Only can overlay Insight Mapping, hence split-screen with Navionics on some shots.
Will add that Image Overlays work best on certain lakes and not others. LOP, Palestine & Rayburn are good examples for shallower water and creeks. While Falcon & Canyon(since water levels dropped >30ft) can show deeper points & humps.
Some "satellite" images are actually aerial photography. Not that it matters. And you have to be find historical images available when lake is in low water conditions.
Takes a lot of effort to build a historical lake overlay, but worth it.