80 feet is Alton Jones Jr.'s sweet spot for forward-facing sonar (here's why) - Major League Fishing
80 feet is Alton Jones Jr.’s sweet spot for forward-facing sonar (here’s why)
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80 feet is Alton Jones Jr.’s sweet spot for forward-facing sonar (here’s why)

February 1, 2023 • Bass Pro Tour

Bass Pro Tour pro Alton Jones Jr. will readily admit that Garmin LiveScope was one of the keys to his BPT win last year at Lake Fork. Jones’ advanced-level comprehension of the mechanics of forward-facing sonar comes from his attention to one simple rule: set your forward range and keep it there. In this Major League Lesson, Jones explains why he sticks to the “80-foot rule” with LiveScope.