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    Default 360 or Livescope for stripers?

    Are any of you using 360 imaging or Livescope to specifically target stripers/hybrids?
    Pros/Cons?
    Effectiveness?

    Thanks in advance for your responses!

    Chris

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    Chris,
    I don’t have Live Scope however I spent a week with a Tenn. guide on Norris and he had one.
    I can tell you that it’s the most amazing piece of fishing electronics I have ever seen. We used it down lining
    You could see the Striper looking at the bait on each line on the side the scope was looking at. His was setup to turn from side to side using a trolling motor type shaft attached to the transducer. Our famous guide would tell the group which line was getting ready to be hit.
    It was clear enough that you could tell if the bait was swimming or gone.
    Needless to say, if I had Garmin equipment I would invest in it.
    This is not the proper forum to advertise so I”LL give you a 3 Letter Clue M-E-L as to which guide it was.
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    I follow a kansas fishing guide on instagram and facebook. He uses his livescope for everything and is very successful; Crappie, Walleye, Whites/Hybrids, etc.
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    Anybody using mega 360 while trolling stripers and seeing them on the mega 360 say,,,at a speed of 2.5 mph?

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