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    Quote Originally Posted by Lonnie84 View Post
    Do you still need use side and down image to locate your fish or does the live scope work as a stand alone unit?

    Thanks for posting your video, all info helps.
    Here is what you see when you are stationary and point your livescope at something. You can see you have great resolution. This is a tree with aprox 30 crappie on it at 8 feet away. If you look farther out, at 25 on the bottom you will see a school of shad. I did not have to drive over this tree to find it and get the image you see. I was in an area of scattered standing timber, I saw this tree while while searching from a stationary position. I snuck up to it with the trolling motor staying about ten feet away and pulled this fish off with a ten foot rod. I have since switched to fishing a single 12' Pro angler rod (Thanks Redge!) for the longer reach.Name:  wo.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishers View Post
    Here is one I did recently. Fish is 10 inches, jig you see bouncing is 1.5 inch BG baby shad.
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    Thank you!

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    Here you go
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    Cool stuff Fishers ! Thanks for the posting...

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    I just subscribed to your channel, I want to make a request that you do keep making these livescope videos so I waste more time at work lol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimY View Post
    Here you go
    Thank you very much. Would you mind sharing how you flip a pic? I have tried flipping it on my computer before I post it and it always reverses back to the original when I post on this website. Thanks

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    Chris I just save the picture on my desktop then open it in photo viewer. I rotate it on photo viewer and when I close it , it saves the rotated image. Takes about 1 minute

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    It only works for me if the pic is published online and I re save it back to the computer and then flip it. I tried flipping the original copy with photo viewer and it did not work for me

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    I had a long conversation with a friend of mine from Texas using the Livescope. Very intriguing information
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    Having fished for crappie for years, I was blown away fishing with my son Daniel with his Panoptix Live Scope. You see if they want plastic hair minnows or spoons or just will not bite anything in real time. It allows you to clearly see them sticking their belly in the bottom. You can not see that clearly with any other locator. You can quickly see looking forward what trees, bridge columns piles and ledges are holding crappie or not. This speeds up finding crappie significantly. You can see schools holding off of a tree 10" or more from a tree. A bonus is seeing your jig and how the crappie react to it. I saw 3 different crappie hit my jig 3 times. it busted the myth that crappie only feed up, as one followed my jig down and hit it. Caught all 3! A game changer that will put more in the live well faster than anything I have experienced. Worth every penny.
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