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Nessie and a transducer question #13848820 01/16/21 08:25 PM
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unrelated two part post

Captured Nessie on my down scan today!

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Also, is a transducer suppose to take on water?
Thinking this may be the reason for interference readings I asked about previously.

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I didn't lose him at the boat. I shook him off cause I didn't want my hands to get "fishy"
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Re: Nessie and a transducer question [Re: Liebers Dad] #13848976 01/16/21 11:28 PM
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Looks like you found a fish coming up to inspect that broken transducer.

Did that answer both?


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Re: Nessie and a transducer question [Re: SteezMacQueen] #13849461 01/17/21 02:31 PM
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Lmao that was a good one!


I didn't lose him at the boat. I shook him off cause I didn't want my hands to get "fishy"
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