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#11747849 - 07/28/16 11:50 PM night time clutter on graph
rudycordero Offline
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Registered: 09/20/08
Posts: 59
Loc: emory Texas
I am getting a great deal off clutter on my graph in the evening time Lake Fork I suspect it is algae blooming as the thermocline could not move at that rate any comments and how is this effecting bass

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#11747896 - 07/29/16 04:37 AM Re: night time clutter on graph [Re: rudycordero]
topwater sniper Offline
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Registered: 03/09/16
Posts: 48
Nessie.

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#11748060 - 07/29/16 08:08 AM Re: night time clutter on graph [Re: rudycordero]
Klinger N Ok Offline
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Registered: 01/13/07
Posts: 306
Loc: Ponca City, Ok
Plankton rising in the water column to feed.

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#11748071 - 07/29/16 08:14 AM Re: night time clutter on graph [Re: Klinger N Ok]
B.Hollingshead Offline
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Registered: 03/11/09
Posts: 1787
Loc: ft.worth
Originally Posted By: Klinger N Ok
Plankton rising in the water column to feed.
^^^^This plus silt, it is worse after rains. Will settle as the sun rises.
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#11748843 - 07/29/16 03:00 PM Re: night time clutter on graph [Re: rudycordero]
Paul - Lake Fork Nights Offline
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Registered: 04/17/11
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Loc: Lake Fork, Tx
Originally Posted By: rudycordero
I am getting a great deal off clutter on my graph in the evening time Lake Fork I suspect it is algae blooming as the thermocline could not move at that rate any comments and how is this effecting bass
Glad you asked this question..I have been adjusting sensitivity back and forth to try and clear up after dark.
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#11748889 - 07/29/16 03:23 PM Re: night time clutter on graph [Re: rudycordero]
Texascajun69 Offline
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Registered: 04/06/09
Posts: 572
Loc: Midlothian, Texas, USA
A lot of the "SNOW" are baitfish and shad that will move out away from grass beds at night. Grass beds do not give off oxygen at night. The exact opposite happens. They take oxygen out of the water. So the baitfish and shad move into open areas and suspend. They do not school but drift around feeding on plankton. Watch what happens to the "snow" as the sun starts to come up. The dots will start to come together and soon become small balls of shad. Then the small balls merge into bigger ones. The baitfish will move back into the grass. Pretty interesting to watch as the night goes on.
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#11748891 - 07/29/16 03:25 PM Re: night time clutter on graph [Re: rudycordero]
buggsboy Offline
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Registered: 07/22/11
Posts: 231
Loc: Carthage, Tx/Lake Fork
Yep, a lot of it is scattered shad.

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#11748911 - 07/29/16 03:32 PM Re: night time clutter on graph [Re: rudycordero]
jiggmann Offline
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Registered: 01/08/09
Posts: 171
I was seeing that at eagle mt last night couldn't figure out what was going on now I know

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