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Walleye Seeker - per our conversation at Bass Pro below are some pics that show how CHIRP is somewhere between traditional sonar and DownScan with the reduced clutter. Let me know if you have any additional questions.







The CHIRP screen in the background is more elongated than the other two screens but you can still see the differences.
 

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I want a 10 inch Chirp bucket!...I need to come down and see the unit in action Dave...you still slaying them?
 

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It has dropped off quite a bit. I have been targeting other lakes/species. Even the bass guys are complaining.
 

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Why the foot and half diff in depth? Ducer location? Whats the cone angle between the two? Bottom looks like 2 different bottoms.
 

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Two different transducers about 3.5 feet apart. Medium CHIRP runs 85-145 kHz, traditional sonar is 200kHz and Structure is at 800kHz. Screen (horizontal) compression is what I attribute the different looking screens to. Could have been scroll speed too...which relates to compression.
 
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