Customizing Fish Finder Views

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Success in fishing is all about flexibility and having screen customization is a huge aid in how you fish. Today’s most advanced fish finders allow you to customize and configure screen views with up to four panels at once. Combining mapping, conventional sonar, structure scan, and down scan imaging.  When I’m chasing walleye, I stack conventional sonar and down scan imaging. Conventional provides a versatile read out clearly identifying fish in bottom composition changes even at high speed.  DSI provides an up close view. You can literally count individual fish influencing decisions to fish or keep moving. The three panel vertical page view is an efficient use of the display and touch screen furthers the customization by allowing you to adjust the splits. Save your favorite customized screen settings for fast recall.