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Using bathymetric data to find fish

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It was brought to my attention by another member that the maps I've been using from ODNR might not be the best available and has provided me with a link to some very detailed bathymetric maps of lakes in the state.

 

Coupling this with Google maps I can, hopefully, better recognize the features and things so that my brother and I will find some d**n fish! :)

 

What I'd like to know are some links to threads/articles on here dealing with reading bathymetric data and what to look for when fishing for bass.

 

Just for S&Gs, here's Senecaville Lake, the place we most recently visited.

 

https://webapp.navionics.com/#boating@10&key=}_rrFptxoN

 

And here's the Google Maps satellite image

 

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Senecaville+Lake/@39.9098594,-81.4221663,11625m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x883636d456cfb97f:0x437c4633f88d9577!8m2!3d39.9056698!4d-81.4031707

 

Appreciate the help folks - Always Forward!

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i found this webinar by brandon palaniuk very helpful 

 

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