This Is What Good Bottom Structure Looks Like On A Fish Finder
Having a fish finder is a game changer!
But do you know what good bottom structure looks like and how to identify fish?
In this new video, get a quick lesson on this from Capt. Mark Hollywood!
Check it out!
Good Bottom Structure On A Fish Finder [VIDEO]
Knowing how to read a fish finder is very crucial when you’re bottom fishing.
You’ll see your baseline bottom and then when you start to see more peaks and separation of colors…
You’re seeing big schools of fish on top of hard bottom or live bottom structure!
What you really want to find is the discoloration (blues, reds, greens, and yellows) because that’s fish activity.
While you may not know the exact type of species of those fish, they’re there!
Once you find the fish, anchor on top of that structure with your trolling motor.
And fish on!
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