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#11602644 - 05/14/16 09:59 AM Guide recommendations for teaching electronics
Abogue77 Offline
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Registered: 05/08/13
Posts: 108
Loc: Tyler, TX
Hey guys, I'm looking for recommendations for a guide to get in my boat, and teach me how to use my electronics. I live in the Tyler area and can easily get to Twak, Fork, Palestine, etc.
Looking for lessons on identifying all different types, structure, deep water bass, sandies, hybrids, etc. I know how to fish, just not the best at reading graphs. I only get my boys on the weekends and I want to be able to take them out and put them on top of fish for what limited time I have with them. I have a Skeeter SX180 with a Humminbird 997 SI. Thanks,
Andrew


Edited by Abogue77 (05/14/16 10:02 AM)

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#11602668 - 05/14/16 10:15 AM Re: Guide recommendations for teaching electronics [Re: Abogue77]
Capt Craig Offline
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#11602778 - 05/14/16 12:02 PM Re: Guide recommendations for teaching electronics [Re: Abogue77]
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Registered: 07/13/14
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Loc: Arlington
Slade at Fork is about the best around. Ask in the bass section and you'll get his number. I used him about 2 years ago. Learned a lot


Edited by Bobby Milam (05/14/16 12:02 PM)

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#11607416 - 05/17/16 06:22 AM Re: Guide recommendations for teaching electronics [Re: Abogue77]
KingwoodCat Online   content
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Registered: 10/30/04
Posts: 36099
Loc: Broaddus TX
Originally Posted By: Abogue77
Hey guys, I'm looking for recommendations for a guide to get in my boat, and teach me how to use my electronics. I live in the Tyler area and can easily get to Twak, Fork, Palestine, etc.
Looking for lessons on identifying all different types, structure, deep water bass, sandies, hybrids, etc. I know how to fish, just not the best at reading graphs. I only get my boys on the weekends and I want to be able to take them out and put them on top of fish for what limited time I have with them. I have a Skeeter SX180 with a Humminbird 997 SI. Thanks,
Andrew


Will Kirkpatrick at Rayburn offers a school on electronics that is supposed to be the absolute best.
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#11607931 - 05/17/16 10:34 AM Re: Guide recommendations for teaching electronics [Re: Abogue77]
Palestino Offline
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Registered: 07/09/13
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Loc: Texas
Elite Angler Academy in Huntington just south of Lufkin. Clark Rheem 479-970-3388. Teaches 1st part in classroom setting then out on Rayburn to see it on graph and do some fishing. Really builds your confidence in reading your sonar and structure scan.
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#11608296 - 05/17/16 01:04 PM Re: Guide recommendations for teaching electronics [Re: Abogue77]
Josh Morgan Offline
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Registered: 03/30/16
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I am scheduled for some training with Slade in June. Attended his seminar at Bass Pro a couple weeks ago and learned a lot. Shoot him an email at slade.dougharty.sd@gmail.com

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#11609112 - 05/17/16 07:24 PM Re: Guide recommendations for teaching electronics [Re: Abogue77]
Vetbassman Online   content
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Registered: 10/12/11
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Slade is the best; always sets mine up great
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#11609209 - 05/17/16 08:15 PM Re: Guide recommendations for teaching electronics [Re: Abogue77]
Billy_Lawson Online   content
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For strictly electronics, there is none better than Slade Dougherty at Lake Fork
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#11610595 - 05/18/16 01:32 PM Re: Guide recommendations for teaching electronics [Re: Abogue77]
BassBlack Offline
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Registered: 09/07/05
Posts: 113
Loc: Lake Fork
Slade for sure! He waved his magic hand on my Helix 10 & 7 and all I can say is wow, plus he taught me a lot more than just the basics, he shows you how to use them.

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#11610618 - 05/18/16 01:42 PM Re: Guide recommendations for teaching electronics [Re: Abogue77]
JIM SR. Online   sick
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Registered: 09/25/06
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Loc: NRH/Fork again ! GET THE NET
I wonder how many of the folks on here that need electronics help have ever spent time reading the manual..??
fish I've had Lowrance, HB, and now Garmin...it aint that hard.

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#11610838 - 05/18/16 03:17 PM Re: Guide recommendations for teaching electronics [Re: Abogue77]
Jerod Pontello Offline
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Registered: 03/14/16
Posts: 44
Lmao

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#11610961 - 05/18/16 04:05 PM Re: Guide recommendations for teaching electronics [Re: JIM SR.]
txmasterpo Offline
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Registered: 11/10/12
Posts: 4489
Loc: Emory
Originally Posted By: JIM SR.
I wonder how many of the folks on here that need electronics help have ever spent time reading the manual..??
fish I've had Lowrance, HB, and now Garmin...it aint that hard.


About the same number that can drive up to a lake cold and find fish without coming on here and asking for help....
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#11611413 - 05/18/16 08:00 PM Re: Guide recommendations for teaching electronics [Re: Abogue77]
Abogue77 Offline
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Registered: 05/08/13
Posts: 108
Loc: Tyler, TX
For those that actually gave recommendations, thanks.

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#11611417 - 05/18/16 08:04 PM Re: Guide recommendations for teaching electronics [Re: JIM SR.]
Abogue77 Offline
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Registered: 05/08/13
Posts: 108
Loc: Tyler, TX
Originally Posted By: JIM SR.
I wonder how many of the folks on here that need electronics help have ever spent time reading the manual..??
fish I've had Lowrance, HB, and now Garmin...it aint that hard.


Wow never thought of that.

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#11611435 - 05/18/16 08:16 PM Re: Guide recommendations for teaching electronics [Re: JIM SR.]
Flippin-Out Offline
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Registered: 02/25/15
Posts: 1564
Loc: Magnolia, TX
Originally Posted By: JIM SR.
I wonder how many of the folks on here that need electronics help have ever spent time reading the manual..??
fish I've had Lowrance, HB, and now Garmin...it aint that hard.


They come with manuals? Was that what those books were that I threw away with the box? noidea


Edited by Flippin-Out (05/18/16 08:25 PM)

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