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    Default Finding pvc cover

    How do you find your pvc cover after you put it in? I have a hard time seeing mine with my Garmin. Does it show at all on sonar?

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    Hard to see on 2d/DI. Side imaging you won’t see the white markings like with brush but you will be able to see the shadows from the pvc


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    Easy to see the shadows as Rock said.


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    455 side imaging or 360 should show the shadows
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    Add a good seal 2 lit. bottle in the middle and it will show up very well.

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    while PVC is 'stealthy" the fish they attract aren't... always GPS while splashing them.
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    I always mark my location with a GPS TRACKER that I us for hunting . Plus I alway add a
    Empty 2 liter bottle to my PVC trees that always shows up on the screen.
    I have 16 PVC tree location and never had a problem finding them . NEVER have to refresh them like you do trees / brush each year.
    Enjoy Spring Crappie fishing my crappie family.

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    Why is the pvc hard to see or locate? I’m new to all this and am curious.
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    With my older HB I can only see occasional limbs of pvc, not the entire pvc set up. With my new Garmin Echomap Plus 93sv with Live Scope I have no problems seeing all the pvc pipe in a condo.

    I have placed several porcupine fish attractor balls in my slips. With the Live scope I can see each leg of the ball plus I can see the fish around the attractor. I have discovered that there are many more crappie in the slips than I ever dreamed was possible.

    The problem of getting them to bite still remains, the only difference is now you can see them ignore your jig.
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    455 side imaging or 360 should show the shadows
    I like these fish attractors. They seem to easy to build and deploy.

    Where do you get the black tubing? How expensive is it? Also how did you secure the metal rods to the bottom of the cement block?
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