If we need seminars to operate something with 6 buttons on it, the terrorist have won ;)
MOON PHASE (45%)
26° - 30° F
Below 40° F
i have been out to this lake a couple times now. It seems as if the weather isn’t above 40 degrees the fish don’t bite. Anybody have any luck? If so, where at? Using what for bait? I’ve been using waxies, Rosie Minnows and crappie minnows.
Less your looking for hands on how by someone to use your Hummingbird electronics which is the best way, I would watch some YouTube video's. I'm sure there is plenty of video's on YT for all models of Hummingbirds electronics. Plus you can watch them over and over again till you have your unit(s) figured out. Going to a seminar if fine, but unless recording the seminar or your a quick note taker, your never going to comprehend all that was shown or taught.
Since you guys are not talking fishing reports does anyone know of any humminbird seminars this winter? I have alot of money tied up into mine and I'd really like to know how to use them better....thanks for the reports everyone
You didn't read the other guys post wrong Travis, he edited his original post later on that did say originally if there was any "boat shops" in the area. He meant "bait shops".
Wish I knew of the Open House yesterday, just got done this morning watching Keye's Outdoors on FOXN. Plus I know of the other Pro's giving seminars. Didn't see any advertisement about it. Oh well, got to watch both of the NFL playoff games!!!
i read the original question wrong. and no, we dont sell bait... ?? Im an idiot. i read it as boat since he came up for the weekend, i thought he was here for the open house. Sorry if it seemed like i was trying to advertise.
The day turned out great once again. Some major names in fishing turned up. Chris Granrud from Rainy Daze guides, Mike Keyes (Keyes outdoors) and Jason Przekurat of the Ranger Walleye team just to name a few. Great seminars filled with great info again.