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    Very nice, indeed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hocky View Post
    Great images and thanks for sharing. Just got a new mega myself and I am wondering what kind of settings you are using.

    That is one thing I would like to see. I would love to have the ability to export and import settings. Seems like it would be a great feature.
    Nothing really special about my settings. I could post my setting but your lake may be different. I really don't do much adjusting once I get them dialed in. Most trips I never make any adjustments. Adjust depth range based more on the season and depth I'm fishing. Now in the spring I have to adjust more based on pollen and algae bloom Main thing I've found is to find some brush or some other object holding fish and freeze the screen and make adjustments to sensitivity and contrast until I'm happy with what I'm seeing. I like dialing in using brush to get the best detail of brush and fish together. I do this with 2d, down and side imaging as well. I usually knock off 3 to 5 feet off the top of the water column and adjust my depth a few feet deeper than I plan to search. This gives me the biggest return possible. Hope this helps
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy View Post
    Nothing really special about my settings. I could post my setting but your lake may be different. I really don't do much adjusting once I get them dialed in. Most trips I never make any adjustments. Adjust depth range based more on the season and depth I'm fishing. Now in the spring I have to adjust more based on pollen and algae bloom Main thing I've found is to find some brush or some other object holding fish and freeze the screen and make adjustments to sensitivity and contrast until I'm happy with what I'm seeing. I like dialing in using brush to get the best detail of brush and fish together. I do this with 2d, down and side imaging as well. I usually knock off 3 to 5 feet off the top of the water column and adjust my depth a few feet deeper than I plan to search. This gives me the biggest return possible. Hope this helps
    Thanks for the info!
    Nope, not a hockey player!
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    Can only say WOW!!! and thx
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    Love the pictures and info! Thanks for sharing


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    Pristine Images !!! Very nice ! That is a heck of a lake!
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