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Full Process to Find and Catch Big Suspended Bass On Livescope

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Equipment Used in This Video:

– Megabass 4in Hazedong Ghost Shad Solid:
– 4×4 Little Head Swimbait Jig 3/8oz:
– Denali KOVERT Lite Series Spinning Rod 7’2″ Med Hvy:
– Sunline Siglon PEx4 Braided Line 10lb:
– Sunline FC Fluorocarbon Leader Clear 8lb:
– Abu Garcia Max Pro Spinning Reel Size 30:

Fish Finders Used in Video

Forward Facing Sonar
– Garmin GPSMAP 1022XSV
– Garmin Livescope LVS32 Transducer

Down/Side Imaging:
– Lowrance HDS-9 Live:

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  1. What were these fish relating to? The big fish in my home lake(very small) seem to disappear in the summer and I feel like they roam with the shad but never on anything obvious

  2. Do you have any suggestions on the Garmin striker vivid 7SV settings. It comes pretty crisp out-of-the-box but I know you can always make it better that's what I have at the bow of my boat for 2d and down imaging as of right now.

  3. Jonny –
    I love your videos bro! Video request – there are so many videos on YouTube on how to adjust the settings on graphs. Can you do a video on what your images look like if you have something wrong? Like, interference by hooking up to the same battery as your trolling motor, lithium batteries vs normal marine batteries, improperly placed transducer.. etc. thanks!

  4. All I learned from this video is how hard live scope fishing really is. I mean, of course easier than not having it, but mastering it seems really tough.

  5. Fantastic video. But, you are so lucky to have 65.4 F temperature of water in the winter. In my home waters (Serbia) we have now 42 F or even less and itโ€™s very hard to catch bass.

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