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Fork and Livescope #13532560 04/24/20 01:48 PM
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I have had Livescope since Christmas and still learning how to use it properly. It's not that Livescope is difficult but it's just me understanding what I'm looking at on the screen. Slowly self teaching myself with you tube videos. roflmao

Anyway, fishing trees on Fork yesterday and I got to watch my first Livescope Crappie Slam. woot

That was pretty darn cool to see the Crappie coming flying off the bottom and slam my jig.

A picture of my first Livescope Crappie.

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Here was one that Dad caught yesterday.

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We had a blast.

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Water Depth 18-30 Feet. Most fish caught 16 feet down.
We did tip the jigs with minnows yesterday.

A few fish did come off the bottom.

All fish given away at the ramp.

We will be on the Lake Saturday and Sunday with Mom feel free to swing by and say hello.

Tight Lines to All. fish


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Re: Fork and Livescope [Re: HOGON] #13532679 04/24/20 02:55 PM
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i got lots to learn too, but has made it fun to chase fish with it, i had a guy tell me to use the blue screen, he said easier to see fish, i tried it, it work pretty good, the fish are a bright red return. good luck

Re: Fork and Livescope [Re: HOGON] #13532975 04/24/20 05:58 PM
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Beautiful fish!


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Re: Fork and Livescope [Re: HOGON] #13533123 04/24/20 07:52 PM
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I think you launched right after we did! Fork is fishing great. Livescope is awesome out in that timber!!

Re: Fork and Livescope [Re: HOGON] #13533144 04/24/20 08:11 PM
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Nice fish Hogon and Dutch! thumb

Re: Fork and Livescope [Re: HOGON] #13533242 04/24/20 09:11 PM
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Congrats on your first slam. You can hear my grandsons across the lake when they see a crappie come charging at their jigs. Fun times.


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Re: Fork and Livescope [Re: HOGON] #13533589 04/25/20 02:03 AM
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Congrats, nice catch Glen!!👍

Re: Fork and Livescope [Re: HOGON] #13534639 04/26/20 02:16 AM
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Originally Posted by HOGON
I have had Livescope since Christmas and still learning how to use it properly. It's not that Livescope is difficult but it's just me understanding what I'm looking at on the screen. Slowly self teaching myself with you tube videos. roflmao

Anyway, fishing trees on Fork yesterday and I got to watch my first Livescope Crappie Slam. woot

That was pretty darn cool to see the Crappie coming flying off the bottom and slam my jig.

A picture of my first Livescope Crappie.

[Linked Image]


Here was one that Dad caught yesterday.

[Linked Image]

We had a blast.

ACC 12 Foot Rods.
Jigs White and Chartreuse Hand Ties by Bill Baldwin.
Water Depth 18-30 Feet. Most fish caught 16 feet down.
We did tip the jigs with minnows yesterday.

A few fish did come off the bottom.

All fish given away at the ramp.

We will be on the Lake Saturday and Sunday with Mom feel free to swing by and say hello.

Tight Lines to All. fish


Congrats. If you are interested, let me know, I have a few video's that I made such as how to identify fish and settings 101 for livescope. Once you learn it you will find that it is more exciting each time you use it.


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Re: Fork and Livescope [Re: HOGON] #13534685 04/26/20 02:58 AM
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Nice slabs. thumb


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Re: Fork and Livescope [Re: HOGON] #13537442 04/28/20 01:29 PM
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That's awesome Glen. Your Dad looks happy and that is the most important thing.

I hope all is well my friend. thumb


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Re: Fork and Livescope [Re: HOGON] #13539333 04/29/20 06:20 PM
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Im glad to see you’re still making those memories. My regards to mom and dad

Re: Fork and Livescope [Re: megabucks461] #13540122 04/30/20 12:40 PM
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Originally Posted by megabucks461
Congrats on your first slam. You can hear my grandsons across the lake when they see a crappie come charging at their jigs. Fun times.


This is something you can’t describe to somebody who doesn’t have LVS. Fishing is more interactive and engaging, especially for kids and those who don’t fish much.
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Good to see You & your DAD out on the water again Glen! WTG & Congrats on the catch & continued success with the Live scope. thumb

Re: Fork and Livescope [Re: HOGON] #13541460 05/01/20 02:02 PM
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Great looking fish! thumb


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