Publisher Jason Sealock talks about the fun season he had searching for new crappie fishing brush piles with his Lowrance HDS Gen3 Side Scan, Down Scan and Sonar with the new Structure Scan 3D Transducer. He fished piles he had never fished before and walks you through how he found them by idling along break lines and scanning with all three technologies to find not only good piles on river channel contours but also piles that had actively feeding crappie. This is one skill you should master if you want to be successful catching crappie from a boat.
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