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Are you ready to take your underwater exploration and precision fishing to the next level? Look no further than the revolutionary Garmin Livescope Plus LVS34. This cutting-edge technology is poised to transform the way you fish and explore underwater environments. With its advanced features and impressive capabilities, the Garmin Livescope Plus LVS34 harnesses the power of real-time sonar imagery like never before. Dive into crystal-clear visuals and gain unprecedented insight into the underwater world. From tracking fish movements to identifying structures and vegetation, this game-changing device leaves no stone unturned. Designed with precision and durability in mind, the Garmin Livescope Plus LVS34 is built to withstand even the harshest conditions. Its compact and user-friendly design allows for easy installation and optimal performance, making it a must-have for any angler or underwater explorer. Join the ranks of fishing and exploration enthusiasts who have already experienced the game-changing power of the Garmin Livescope Plus LVS34. Unleash your full potential on the water and discover a whole new world beneath the surface. Check out this overview of setup courtesy of Mark Daniels Jr.
Benefits of using Garmin Livescope Plus LVS34 for fishing
By utilizing Panoptix Livescope, you have the ability to observe the structure, cover, and fish located ahead of the boat. This allows you to accurately cast towards areas with a high likelihood of bass hiding. Without the aid of Panoptix Livescope, it would have been unlikely for you to have discovered that particular piece of cover.
By using Livescope, you have the ability to observe the current activities of fish. This technology allows you to witness how fish respond to your bait, determine the presence of smaller fish nearby, identify if larger fish are trailing your bait, and even detect when fish attempt to strike at the lure. Having this real-time information at your disposal enables you to make subtle modifications to your fishing approach in order to increase your chances of catching more fish.
Observing the movements of your bait underwater enables you to gain insights into the behavior of the fish. It allows you to determine if your lure is positioned correctly, assess the maximum depth reached by your crankbait, and ascertain whether your jig is staying close to the bottom when you intend to drag it. Having access to this information empowers you to make necessary adjustments to prolong the time your lure remains within the optimal striking range.
Features and capabilities of Garmin Livescope Plus LVS34
Introducing the LiveScope Plus System - an upgraded version of the top-of-the-line LiveScope technology. Experience enhanced clarity, higher resolution, minimal noise, and improved target separation for the ultimate fishing experience.
Enjoy sharper visuals with our advanced screen technology, enhanced transducer responsiveness, and superior target definition.
Enhance environmental perception with clearer visuals, decreased interference, and minimized sonar-related distortions.
Upgrade your current LiveScope System black box (GLS™ 10 sonar module) with just a new transducer.
Achieve optimal image contrast and clarity by utilizing vibrant color schemes.
Don’t miss a thing with supported Forward, Down and Perspective modes and necessary mount.
Experience a level of image clarity that is unparalleled.
REAL TIME IMAGES Up-to-the-minute sonar technology provides highly precise live images.
CLEAR VISION Observe precisely the information you require, experiencing less interference from background noise and fewer disturbances in the sonar images that obstruct your view of fish and underwater formations.
IMAGE STABILISATION The sonar image on your compatible chartplotter remains steady, even in challenging conditions, thanks to the built-in stabilisation system.
BRILLIANT COLOR PALETTES Enhanced Visuals Experience the underwater world in stunning clarity with our range of seven striking colour palettes, including Aqua, Caribbean, Lava, and more. These vibrant options enhance contrast and visibility, allowing you to spot fish and structural details with ease.
FORWARD MODE Engage in forward mode to survey the area ahead of your vessel and observe current events.
DOWN MODE Activate the down mode to visualize the scene directly underneath your vessel in real-time.
PERSPECTIVE MODE Experience an immersive view from below the water's surface, while still maintaining your vantage point above the water.
Reliable. Productive. Discreet. Thrust™ trolling motor.Choose a LiveScope mode that suits your surroundings.
Enjoy a crisp and clear visual experience on the sunlight-readable ECHOMAP™ Ultra 122sv combo, with its high-definition display providing a well-defined picture.
How to use Garmin Livescope Plus LVS34 effectively - Tips and tricks for maximizing the potential LVS34 Plus
You guys have all heard of Livesdope by now obviously, but in 2022 Garmin came out with the new and improved version Livescope Plus and they have a new transducer called LVS34. Previously there was the 32 which was awesome.
Garmin knocked it out of the park - Its absolutely phenomal Lets look at set up settings
Let's dig into the unit The first thing Ito do - hit menu and then sonar setup then we're going to go through each one of these settings - okay so we're gonna start with the Appearance. Under appearance you got - color scheme, color gains, color limits, trails, and bottom fill. Play around with different color schemes - Floodlight is what Mark has setup on his unit.
Then go into color gain. Color gain is very important! Of course that's something you're going to play with. We suggest running color gain minimal on 80% right up to 90%.
it's a little bit tonight I'm gonna go then we have to go back into menu this on sonar setup again.
Lets go to Layout. Layout you have the grid overlay, scroll history, on screen control, reverse range and compress range. Some people prefer the grid overlay. Its simple to turn off really quick if you dont like it.
Noise reject - off, low, medium, high. Its common to keep noise reject on medium. Simply select the option. Go back TVG off, Ghost reject is on auto but you can turn that off too just for clarity of the unit.
On the front screen I want to show you guys something so you have how far out your units and then you have your gain obviously you're sensitivity - very very important. Start off somewhere between 65 and 70. You can turn that up towards really really hot. (what I mean by that is you'll start seeing all the clutter in the screen and as put it in the water you can back it down till the unit gets crystal clear
what I've done differently since I've been playing with livescope over the years is I found that selecting that's appropriate for fishing is far better than running the unit on Auto in terms of how deep it's reading. You can adjust the feet/depth measurement of how deep the transducer is. So if your fishing in 10 foot of water, you dont want it on 30 foot or Auto becuse its constantly adjusting itself on Auto. If you set it and lock it in at 15 feet of water and your in 10 foot of water, the results are very crisp image returns. So make sure you lock in the depth that's appropriate to what your fishing.
That pretty much summarizes the tips for the Garmin plus LVS34.
Where to buy Garmin Livescope Plus LVS34
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