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    I saw some images today that were not exacly clear to me what it was. I saw this one many times today. 20 fow and 10 ft deep. Please excuse the bad photo with the reflection.Name:  20210925_104701.jpg
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    What is the full model name of the unit ... ??

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    Garmin Striker Plus 9sV

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    looks like a ball of baitfish
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bassing_53 View Post
    looks like a ball of baitfish
    That was my first thought. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bassing_53 View Post
    looks like a ball of baitfish
    I agree
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    That is what it looks like to me as well
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    Thank you all. Been fishing this small lake 3 years and it's the first time I've seen this. I learn something every day Help Id image please

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    Those big shad schools look odd. I need to see if I can get some images of the bait ball next time I have a light out
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    It's definitely a school of "fish" ... but, the "size" of those blotches seem to indicate fish larger than the average Fall Shad size IMHO. Unless, of course, your Gizzard Shad DO get quite large in this "small lake".

    It almost looks like a school of White Bass crashing the party of a school of Shad ... but, that could also be the school of "whatever" reacting to the boat going over them, and them diving to a slightly greater depth.

    The only time I've seen a school of Shad "pinched" at one end was when I was Pushing jigs at Green River Lake while watching the screen on my Down Image unit .... and there were 5 "Crappie" at the narrowed end of the school. That was my first thought when I first looked at your screen image.
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