In a world where most anglers have multiple electronics on the bow of the boat, he opts for a single Lowrance HDS16.
“I used to have the two 12s, but with the 16 there’s no point in having two units,” he said. “You can see clear as day from standing up. You can see anything on the screen, and you can split the screen and it’s still big enough. And a lot less space taken up with one screen instead of two.”
He usually sets up his unit so 3/4 of the screen is showing sonar, with the rest being a map of the waters he’s fishing. He relies on Lowrance’s Point-1 system for pinpoint accuracy in his mapping, speed and heading.