FLY FISHING CHRONICLES “It is impossible to grow weary of a sport that is never the same on any two days of the year.” Theodore Gordon
6 thoughts on “FLY FISHING CHRONICLES”
Is there any web site to determine the clarity or turbidity of San Luis or O’Neil?
Great day mothers day
It was fun ganging up on those fish.
My name is George Honore and I enjoy fly fishing San Luis a couple of times each year. I have a 18 ft. boat and an interested in your new Hummingbird depth finder, What model did you buy and are you happy with the 360 imaging? Did you mount the 360 transducer on your existing electric motor? If so, does the image become confused if you are frequently turning the electric motor? I know this is a lot of questions, but it is hard to get a real answer on some of these new advances, Thank you.
Check out my February 20th post for more 360 in action. Im going start filming the screen and mirror to see if I can figure out what is working. Ive only been fishing with the 360 three days so Im still learning it. All I can say is that you need to tweek the setting depending on the conditions in order to make the fish stand out from the background noise . Also turn contour mode on so that the distance to the fish is more accurate. In contour mode, the rings represent the distance to fish over the surface of water vs contour mode off that shows that dark ring that is equal to the depth you are in. Distances in that mode are to the fish.
I am an editor working on the Crestliner 70th Anniversary article for their magazine (which includes a great anecdote/quote from you) and we are seeking additional pictures to make the piece look great. You have very nice images here on your blog site, and if you have them in high enough resolution to print, we would love to use some of them. Can you follow up with me please and let me know whether you have any additional pictures you can provide? My email (above too) is email@example.com and my phone is 312-8229266. Thanks very much.