Avoid Spooking Fish While Making Accurate Casts

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Fish finder range rings are an efficient way to approach a spot using the big motor, then transition to the bow without risking driving over the spot and spooking fish. Casey Ehlert walks us through how to display range rings on the Humminbird SOLIX fish finder, then how he employs them on a typical spot approach. His end goal is having the boat positioned a cast away from the target with trolling motor deployed and rod at the ready.  

If you’re interested in a detailed look at how top-tier bass pros leverage their fish finders, check out this in-depth Humminbird tutorial with Justin Lucas. 

Here’s how Brandon Palaniuk configures and interprets Humminbird 360 Imaging. 


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