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Perspective view or down view? #13861548 01/26/21 12:38 PM
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anyone using the down view for brush pile fishing? advantages or disadvantages?

trying to figure out if its worth it or not


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Re: Perspective view or down view? [Re: TreeBass] #13861727 01/26/21 02:53 PM
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I only have used forward view , can't see a need for down view , My transducer is not on the trolling motor, I can look in any direction .

I did order a new bracket from fishing specialties that will allow me to use perspective view, I am looking forward to using that view
this spring , hoping to find some spawning fish.

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Re: Perspective view or down view? [Re: TreeBass] #13861897 01/26/21 04:26 PM
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Thanks Mo, I'm thinking its not worth it either since I can view from helm or bow by just turning the pole. Just wasn't sure if I'm missing out on something that could be helpful.


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Re: Perspective view or down view? [Re: TreeBass] #13867461 01/30/21 07:22 PM
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If I'm fishing by myself I use forward view with the transducer set to show straight ahead of my pontoon. If I'm fishing with a partner I use down view with the transducer set to show the sides of my pontoon.

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