I think Boot nailed it. Still, if sitting still it should be somewhat clearer.
I told you my feet in the water is a feature, not a bug, In even if my feet are in waders, synthetic socks, and old sneakersI the case of the last one 9.7’, 60* water temp., you’re traveling at .35 mph over the bottom and the fish are drawing 12.6 volts as they swim.
Lastly get your feet out of the water. Build yourself some outriggers.
I'd say tree or very thick weeds. There are some suspended fish on the one or two pics. I agree with Boot the ducer doesnt look stable. That will give you weird readings.Me too! The only thing that is defining to me is in image #1, the vertical red (red is a harder return) that it could be standing timber. The blobs I see with alot of red could be rocks. The blue blobs and streaks above, I'm clueless, maybe some small baitfish or debris? I rarely use traditional sonar except when in saltwater. In freshwater, I use down and side imaging as the returns are very defined and determining is it's a rock, tree, etc. is easier.
Yep. If you have a shoreline that you know will get beat by the sun, hit that in the morning and evening when the sun is not on it. When the sun comes up, pull out and fish ledges or thick vegetation that blocks the sun.Will it be the heat and the brightness?
Is it correct that LMB don't suspend much and also that the bigger ones travel singly and not in groups? More related to bait and food than each other?