When fishing precise spot-on-the-spot locations, there’s one add-on that can greatly improve your boat control.
Power is one of the most important components on a fishing boat, and keeping batteries charged and reliable is a never ending battle. Last year, after my on board charger…
Tony Roach shares a few simple tips on how he prefers to use his side imaging to more easily identify structure and fish.
How using a split screen view when fishing river systems can improve your ability to stay on track and keep eyes on what’s ahead.
Max Wilson covers how he adjusts his Livescope settings for targeting walleye in shallow water.
Rigging boat electronics can be a real chore but there’s one simple thing you can do to make adding accessories simple and fast down the road.
When you’re rigging your boat for electronics, there’s a few things you should consider to optimize the performance of your graphs.
Where to mount and how to use your forward-facing sonar to help you catch more suspended crappies this spring.
You can mount your forward-facing sonar in a few different locations, but there is one particular spot we recommend for the average angler.
Scout mode on your Lowrance Active Target is one of the best tools you can use – but there’s a key to using it you need to know.
Kade Lynch from AquaTraction shares how to use Side Scan on the Missouri River sand bars to find spring walleye.
Ross Robertson from Big Water Fishing breaks down everything you need to know about lithium batteries and their place in your boat. Technology has really taken over in fishing whether…