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Humminbird Side Imaging Photo Contest - Sponsored by ReefMaster Software is please to have ReefMaster software sponsor our Side Imaging Photo contest.  One Winner will receive a copy of ReefMaster PRO software valued at $119. 

If you haven't check out ReefMaster yet, please visit the ReefMaster website.  ReefMaster is a fully-featured Mapping and Waypoint Management System.
•Create high-definition underwater topographic maps from saved track-log data.
•View and edit waypoints in full 3D on your own 3D map models.
•Generate your own contour maps with adjustable contour levels.
•Export contour maps to your Lowrance or Humminbird device.


Reply to this Post with your best Humminbird SNAPSHOT of fish, structure, geology or whatever shows off your Humminbird Side imaging capabilitites the best.  The image must not be altered in any way and must be your own image.  Five finalist will be picked and the winner will be decided by vote from the forum members.
One entry per person.  Entry is free.  You must be a registered member to participate.

Images MUST be the original SNAPSHOT as recorded from the Humminbird SI unit.   

Please include information about the snapshot;  Humminbird Model, Frequency, Water Type, Settings, etc.  This is also to help other forum members understand what settings work the best when using Humminbird Side Imaging.

Images must be submitted no later than Midnight, December 13th 2013.

Finalist will be posted for voting on or before December 15th and voting will finish at Midnight on December 31st.

The Winner will be announced on January 2nd and will receive one copy of ReefMaster PRO software.

Good Luck,

Robert Gecy
Forum Administrator

This is an image of a sunken Cabin Cruiser in the American River, north of Discovery Park, near Downtown Sacramento CA. It was shot with a Hummingbird 997 in Fresh water and depth was very shallow. It was several years ago so exact settings are hard to remember but I rarely stray much from default.

This image is of a small vintage Tug Boat and some floating docks that sank in the Alameda Channel in the Oakland Estuary Alameda California. On the right you see a pretty good outline of the boat sitting on her side, clear views of the Bow, Pilot House, low deckhouse and the funnel as well as what appears to be a small mast aft, and the lower afterdeck are clearly visible. This was pretty much stock out of the box in 2009.

In 2011 Lake Awoonga  in Central Queensland Australia overflowed for the first time since the dam was raised  . The result was a mass exodus of Barramundi of up to 1.35 meters in length. Thousands left to travel down to the salt to breed. This shot was taken using 898  in the Boyne river which is below the dam


997 settings were default. zoom in on the fish on the right side of the rock. looks like a spoonbill. picture taken upstream at Ft Madison railroad bridge. Iowa


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