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Livescope mounting #14507898 10/17/22 02:44 PM
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What is the best mounting option. I bass fish 75% of the time but do like to crappie fish. I have looked in to the all aboard marine and do like the idea of being able to be in sync with the trolling motor.

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I’m also wondering what’s the best mounting option for a Garmin force trolling motor.

Re: Livescope mounting [Re: Randy Hurt] #14508520 10/18/22 12:16 AM
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I exclusively bass fish. I have had mine mounted on the Force since the beginning. The perspective view (LVS32) on the shaft and the forward view (LVS34) on the barrel. I have no desire to change. Others have separate poles and like their setup.

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Ring fry, what brackets are you using?

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mine is mounted to my force, there is a nice notch in the mount for the ducer to sit in when stored.

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Re: Livescope mounting [Re: Randy Hurt] #14509042 10/18/22 05:37 PM
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I have the All Aboard all sync with the Force. Well made and good design. I rarely use the un-sync mode with the handle. The only downside in sync mode is that you have a blind spot at 270 degrees when the beam hits the TM shaft. with a direct to TM shaft mount, you have no blinds spots but will need boat control and be good with the TM pedal to stay on the fish in certain cases.

i think it boils down to what type of fishing you prefer to do. if you bass fish, i'd bet you can target crappie without spot lock.


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Re: Livescope mounting [Re: sunsetroosters] #14509376 10/19/22 12:21 AM
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Originally Posted by sunsetroosters
Ring fry, what brackets are you using?


The ones that come with the transducers.

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