Over 150 various sonar images are fully explained in the course. Not only are the images decoded to make it easy on the eye so you know what’s visible on screen (in some shots there are over 1 tonne of fish), but we go further with some of the images by bringing the screenshot to life through explaining the associated fish behaviour, or sharing fishy ideas on how you may approach situations.
The concept encourages anglers to place more emphasis on the sonar to extract a lot more from the image than just identifying the structure or species. It’s a stepping-stone toward strategic fishing and problem solving.
Modern units are amazing, but they also have their flaws or weakness. To improve accuracy in pinpointing fish position or recognising where sonars have trouble providing accurate information, an angler will be better equipped and able to adapt to the situation. Casting in the wrong spot is a waste of time. Consistently good anglers have mastered this.
Pinpointing fish position is only the start of what can be extracted from a single sonar image. We highlight the essential information that can be identified, then incorporated into a strategic fishing plan. I reckon many anglers miss the true value of sonar information and what it allows a skilled angler to accomplish.
The sonar course was created over a two year period, more than 1500 hours have gone into this creation, plus a lifetime of fishing experience. The added support of the discussion forum for course subscribers at no extra cost is a benefit alone, let alone the mix of knowledge and visual content.