> …35% more target separation over the existing system with sharper resolution, reduced noise and Garmin’s clearest images.
> …capable of identifying and separating targets as small as 14″ at distances 100′ from the boat so anglers can see exactly what they need to with improved stitching, reduced noise and fewer on-screen artifacts….
> …3 unique vantage points with 1 mount that can be adjusted to fit…no tools required. Simply turn the transducer forward for a live look at what’s out in front of the boat; point it down to see directly beneath the boat; or turn it sideways with the included Perspective Mode Mount to enable the ‘top down’ perspective mode to see a wide view of what’s in front of the boat up to 50′ away.
> With a free software update, the LVS34 transducer, sold separately, can be added to existing LiveScope System for customers who want to upgrade.
The new LiveScope System and the LiveScope LVS34 transducer are expected to be available in Mar for $1,699.99 and $1,199.99 MSRP respectively.
2. UT: Pike wanted dead or alive…but mostly dead.
> As part of an ongoing study launched 2 yrs ago, the UT DWR is still asking anglers to report and release any tagged northern pike they catch in Utah Lake. And, because the invasive fish were placed in Utah Lake illegally, anglers must kill any northern pike they catch that don’t have a tag.
> DWR biologists started tagging some of the northern pike in Utah Lake and its tributaries in Feb ’20 as part of a study to learn more about the seasonal locations and movements of juvenile and adult pike in Utah Lake, the Provo River, Hobble Creek and the Spanish Fork River. The study is expected to run for at least 5 yrs (until ’25).
3. MN: Birchmont Winter Bash happening this Saturday.
On the north end of Lake Bemidji. Only 1,500 tickets sold for a chance at over $30K in cash + prizes. All proceeds will go to the BHS fishing team.