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LiveScope vs Ultra High definition

Old 07-13-2019, 02:29 AM
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Using twin Garmin 1242xsv displays and considering purchasing another transducer. I’m fishing a 27’ Sea Hunt in saltwater inshore and occasionally offshore in less than 75 feet of water. The transducer that came with the boat is not chirp.

Comparing the LiveScope system with the Ultra High Resolution system, what are the differences and which one is better suited to my application?

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Old 07-13-2019, 08:20 AM
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Those are two completely different systems...

The Ultra high..is structure scan....best to show hard targets..with some postive ability to show fish.....but not live action....


Live scope...is designed to show fish in real time....it shows the full activity of the fish..showing strikes on the bait/lure etc...with movement.


So it comes down to our fishing paramaters.
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Thank you. Would you recommend it as I really want to find fish rather than structure.

also would you recommend the transom transducer mount that allows elevating it above the water line when not in use?

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Thank you again.

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To see fish..the Live Scope would be a better option between the two.


I would personally not use the "lift" as at speed the transducer is prone to move and vibrate in that mount.


To keep a ducer clean simply use MDR transducer paint.
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