You hit on a couple of good points. Hybrids and especially stripers are nomadic fish, meaning they don't stay in any one spot. They have tails and swim. So if you caught them a day or two earlier doesn't nessecarly mean they will be there next time. So scan the area like you said in the "S" pattern , shallow to deep. That being said there are certain points, humps, ridges...depending upon time of the year for each, that you can time, almost with certainty the hours, the school of fish will come into feed that particular spot or come through. You may have to camp out for hours of boredom but eventually the action will turn on. Also most people while scanning the graph look for a big spaghetti screen... That's great and all but if your scanning and see a couple of good arches stop and set up. Many times these are bigger fish or the first feeders to the table and the rest of the school will follow. Get those fish to go and the rest will come in.
Edited by BrandoA (04/30/18 11:32 PM)