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  1. Specific time to go fishing in Lake Erie?

    My experience is yes, yes and yes. I have found all times to be successful. Morning can be great with the wind at its lowest point of the day. Afternoon can be good based on the hot bite and where to go. "Look for the boat traffic". And finally the night bite is very productive on the reefs as the fish will be in shallower water with almost non existent boat interference.
  2. If your transducers are side by side, that could be causing the issue. Good luck with your tweaks. Thanks for the reply. I will move the fish hawk around to find the right spot to keep everybody at their best performance. Sent from my iPad using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App
  3. SoHa 8/2

    Ludington has warmed up as well and we were told the Kings ran south to Muskegon. Strong north wind Thursday morning will not help. Sent from my iPad using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App
  4. I have two graphs on my boat. Both of them are Lowrance with the 83/200 transducer. I would normally run with the 200 kHz but would not see the fish arches. I changed to the 83kHz but now it messes with my fish hawk. I guess I need to "tweek" the gain to see if I can get better results in the upper kHz. Thanks for the assist. Sent from my iPad using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App
  5. I have the same problem with my graph in the big lake. What kind of transducer did you use? Sent from my iPad using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App
  6. Do you still have the weights? Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G935A using Great Lakes Fisherman Mobile App