Question about Lowrance X96 200khz Fishfinder
I have a n x96. In lakes that are softer bottom or green, I cannot set my graph. All I get is clutter. My depth is correct but I do not trust my graph. I have played with sensitivity and grayline and nothing any better. I am sure its an adjustment but can anyone help?
This depends on how muddy or clear the water is. If muddy or there is a LOT of floating sediment in the water, most fishfinders will have trouble getting a good image through the dirty/brackish water. You might not be doing anything wrong in this case.
Sensitivity and grayline are your main adjustment settings, assuming you have your transducer located correctly at the right depth in relation to your hull and the waterline as well.
Does the clutter extend all the way from the surface to the bottom? If so, try reducing sensitivty... if clutter is moreso near the surface or top of the screen, then this is probably because the transducer is getting aerated water or distrubed water over it and causing the clutter and readings.
As a good rule, match the sensitivity setting tot he grayline setting. I.e. if you have sensitivity at 90%, put grayline at 90% also.
Hope that helps!
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