This quick trick is the difference between seeing all the fish under the boat and never knowing they were there. Sonar isn't self explanatory but with a single adjustment you can change that for good! Tim explains how to change sensitivity and what to look for on your screen. Whether you're using top of the line gear or just an entry level unit, this information will help you see more fish.
The key to sonar is understanding sensitivity. Sensitivity that is set too high becomes so cluttered you can't see the fish through the mess. Conversely if sensitivity is set too low you'll spend all day staring at a blank screen. Finding that perfect balance requires adjustment but once you've dialed it in you'll know every time a fish passes below the boat.
If you're looking for a quality unit, here are our favorites at a variety of price points, starting with the units we use ourselves.
Humminbird Solix 15: http://bit.ly/2Hazsej
Humminbird Solix 12: http://bit.ly/2AE2YDB
Helix 9: http://bit.ly/2GmFXui
Helix 5 G2 Sonar: http://bit.ly/2TNndFW
HDS-16 Carbon: http://bit.ly/2sjMhsR
HDS-12 LIVE: http://bit.ly/2RTL21K
Hook 2 9 Series: http://bit.ly/2kBj3l8
GPSMap Sonar: http://bit.ly/2IYlkB8
Striker Plus: http://bit.ly/2skseug
Need Apparel? Tacticalbassin Gear is in stock! Get your hats, hoodies, and sunshirts by emailing Tacticalbassinapparel@gmail.com