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Fun day at the lake with graphs. #13409774 01/19/20 11:20 PM
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Was spending a lot of time graphing today, looking for new brush piles. Then I saw them. Bass so big they made shadows on my side scan. [Linked Image]

So....I spun around and grabbed a c rig from my rod box and started chunkin. Caught three of them and broke one off, before I guess they wised up and got outta there.
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Seldom do I get to see them stacked up like this and then actually catch them. Of course I never had images like this until I added the Active Imaging 3-1 to the Carbons.

Just thought I share what they looked like. I was so amazed, I stopped to take a picture of the screen. Ha


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Re: Fun day at the lake with graphs. [Re: SteezMacQueen] #13409789 01/19/20 11:32 PM
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Wow! I really need to get better at looking at my graph like this.

Re: Fun day at the lake with graphs. [Re: SteezMacQueen] #13409800 01/19/20 11:41 PM
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Very impressive!! I won't lie I'd have seen that and just said "prob catfish" and kept going. Nothing like positive reinforcement with "seeing = catching!!!!"


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Re: Fun day at the lake with graphs. [Re: SteezMacQueen] #13409836 01/20/20 12:22 AM
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Nice! Well done.

Re: Fun day at the lake with graphs. [Re: SteezMacQueen] #13409852 01/20/20 12:38 AM
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That's cool , did the fish you caught return the same spot ?
Supposedly when fish are "packed" up like that and you catch and release they return and disperse a chemical that causes the others to "shutdown " .

Re: Fun day at the lake with graphs. [Re: SteezMacQueen] #13409857 01/20/20 12:42 AM
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Nicely done sir


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Re: Fun day at the lake with graphs. [Re: 1oldbassguy] #13409860 01/20/20 12:44 AM
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Originally Posted by 1oldbassguy
That's cool , did the fish you caught return the same spot ?
Supposedly when fish are "packed" up like that and you catch and release they return and disperse a chemical that causes the others to "shutdown " .


Where did you get that information from?

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Originally Posted by SteezMacQueen
Was spending a lot of time graphing today, looking for new brush piles. Then I saw them. Bass so big they made shadows on my side scan. [Linked Image]

So....I spun around and grabbed a c rig from my rod box and started chunkin. Caught three of them and broke one off, before I guess they wised up and got outta there.
[Linked Image]

Seldom do I get to see them stacked up like this and then actually catch them. Of course I never had images like this until I added the Active Imaging 3-1 to the Carbons.

Just thought I share what they looked like. I was so amazed, I stopped to take a picture of the screen. Ha



Nice. You fish Lake Waxahachie from time to time right? How is that lake?

Re: Fun day at the lake with graphs. [Re: 1oldbassguy] #13409864 01/20/20 12:51 AM
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Originally Posted by 1oldbassguy
That's cool , did the fish you caught return the same spot ?
Supposedly when fish are "packed" up like that and you catch and release they return and disperse a chemical that causes the others to "shutdown " .

I’m not sure if they returned to the same spot or not. I shut down the boat and spot locked really quickly. I then took the picture of the graph before it scrolled off the display. I was casting around 90-95ft from the back of the boat. I would get bit around 70-80ft from the boat. Caught 3 in about 10 casts. Including breaking off one. These fish averaged around 4-1/2 pounds. The break off fish felt stronger, but I also didn’t retie like I should have. Then.....nothing. Made about 15 more casts....nothing. Fired up the boat and rescanned the area and saw absolutely nothing afterwards. Blank lake bottom.


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That was from Waxahachie.

It’s been slow...the reason for graphing. I like to cruise around from time to time to see what’s new. This was on a do-nothing bank with a little hump on it from a nearby point. The lake depth was slowly tapering down to around 15 ft. If I didn’t see this on the graph, I would have never thrown a bait in that area. It has no structure, other than deeper water close by, absolutely NO COVER, and no bait close by. Just 8-10 big old bass clustered around in small groups. Nothing special in my opinion. But they were there nonetheless.


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Re: Fun day at the lake with graphs. [Re: SteezMacQueen] #13410027 01/20/20 03:21 AM
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Cool post man well done !


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Re: Fun day at the lake with graphs. [Re: SteezMacQueen] #13410085 01/20/20 04:28 AM
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Nice! Well done Steez!

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Nice Steez! Those images are awesome even if you didn't catch em. I am def gonna have to dial in my stuff better. AND pay more attention! Good job bud!


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Re: Fun day at the lake with graphs. [Re: SteezMacQueen] #13410290 01/20/20 02:16 PM
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That is awesome. I tell myself to spend time searching, and learning to use my electronics better every time I go fishing. I end up chunking and winding and giving up on putting in the time to learn how to do just what you did. My biggest problem is marking the spot and getting the boat back into a position to fish for them.

great job King Of Cool!


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Re: Fun day at the lake with graphs. [Re: 1oldbassguy] #13410335 01/20/20 02:54 PM
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Originally Posted by 1oldbassguy
That's cool , did the fish you caught return the same spot ?
Supposedly when fish are "packed" up like that and you catch and release they return and disperse a chemical that causes the others to "shutdown " .


Lol.

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