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Sonar tools of the trade #16931 10/12/14 01:42 PM
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They're great to look at but if there used right they can be a great tool. I should of clean up the screen some but I can see at least 6 fish in or around this brush pile.


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Re: Sonar tools of the trade [Re: Pheonix819] #20221 05/28/21 11:52 PM
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Were you able to catch them?

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