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Old 12-12-2011, 03:49 PM
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Default GSD 24/26 Screenshots?

anyone have any yet?
Old 12-12-2011, 04:02 PM
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Patience. I'll post some on Friday barring no installation issues.
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I have a couple of cheesy cell phone shots in skinny water (8' or so). I haven't been fishing since installing the 24 late last week. I'll post them if you want but I don't believe it will do the 24 justice. I do think it will be a big big improvement over the 22 from what I saw.
Old 12-13-2011, 11:38 AM
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Originally Posted by Ironworker View Post
Patience. I'll post some on Friday barring no installation issues.
A case of beer could equal install issues.

Celebrate after the install..lol
Old 12-13-2011, 01:17 PM
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Originally Posted by semperfifishing View Post
A case of beer could equal install issues.

Celebrate after the install..lol
make sure you aren't drinking before, nothing like drilling for a thru-hull transducer not thinking about being in the water.
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Fellows, first I'm going to be in the Bahamas. Not drinking is against the law! I did say I'm only going to have a 6 pack of Kaliks. In the Bahamas this is about as close to non drinking as you can get.

I will celebrate with the Mango Bangos after the install!
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Pictures???
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I'm fishing Saturday and will take better pictures over bait and rockfish (hopefully)


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Congrats, get the 24 or 26? With what transducer? Sorry bout the 3rd degree, just very curious about 'em.
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This is the 24 w/ the B260

I can't wait to fish it in water over 8'.
haha
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Originally Posted by RightRigger View Post
This is the 24 w/ the B260

I can't wait to fish it in water over 8'.
haha
In the meantime though I bet you're wrecking the mangroves.

Oops..I just noticed the temp. n.m.
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Here are a couple of nice GSD 26 pics we took on a Garmin 6212 from a 36' Riveria using a Airmar B265LH ducer. Last weeks Install. Enjoy[ ... ...

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Damn, that's nice!
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Wow Portland! Good screen shots! Is that a bottom rig you dropped in the bottom right hand picture? Garmin might have restored my faith in their fishfinders!
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WOW !

Target detection and resolution is AMAZING.
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Yes the far right side is a 4 inch jig dropped down and then jigged in. Fishing Yellow tail. Its hard to tell here but the picture of 708 ft ...the light blue fish at the bottom are individual fish. and arches.
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nice!! heard stories of Furuno guys watching their lines sink while on the drift, never though I would see that performance from Garmin
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Really nice images!! Going to have to place an order for the 24 before spring. WOW!!


Originally Posted by cayman_fisher View Post
nice!! heard stories of Furuno guys watching their lines sink while on the drift, never though I would see that performance from Garmin
I've been able to see my jig going down on every single sounder I've ever had, including the GSD22. That's no biggie.
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Originally Posted by cayman_fisher View Post
nice!! heard stories of Furuno guys watching their lines sink while on the drift, never though I would see that performance from Garmin
I see my jigs all the time !

Garmin GSD22 - cheap Garmin factory default 50-200 transom mount transducer.But that's in less than 300 ft.
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Originally Posted by cayman_fisher View Post
nice!! heard stories of Furuno guys watching their lines sink while on the drift, never though I would see that performance from Garmin
I see my jigs all the time !

Garmin GSD22 - cheap Garmin factory default 50-200 transom mount transducer.But that's in less than 200 ft.

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