What Bass Look Like on Down and Side Imaging

Electronics arm anglers with the ability to find fish holding cover, structure and even schools of visible fish before wetting a line, but you’re not finding anything unless you’ve learned to correctly interpret what’s on the screen. In particular, there’s a lot of confusion about what feeding bass look like offshore, and as Wired2Fish Publisher Jason Sealock points out, the fish you’re seeing often aren’t bass.

Jason shortens the learning curve on how to distinguish bass from the rest using two of today’s powerful sonar technologies – high frequency down and side imaging. This 2-minute video is time well spent for the rest of us that don’t have hundreds of hours to invest idling productive water – Jason has done the heavy lifting for us.

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