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Thermocline at Allatoona #16704 08/16/14 06:30 PM
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I can't get a reading for the thermocline on my Hummingbird 561 depth finder. Is there a thermocline at Allatoona this year. I have read previous post that say that some years there is no thermocline. I have only used the depth finder at allatoona, I did turn the sensitivity all the way up.

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Re: Thermocline at Allatoona [Re: george] #16705 08/16/14 08:10 PM
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First of all, welcome to the GFF, George!
I went out Wednesday evening this past week (and will be running/fishing the Porko Tournament tonight). I found most of the fish activity above the 28' depth, buuuuutt! I also graphed activity down to almost 40'. Right now I do not see any definite thermocline in the main lake area.


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