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Buying live sonar? Here’s what to know about rigging it on your boat

Rhinelander, Wis., fishing guide Will Buhler works a soft-plastic muskie bait while watching its progress on his forward-facing sonar mounted to his trolling motor shaft. (Photos by Steve Heiting)

Chances are good that you have heard of forward-facing (or “live”) sonar.
Perhaps you may have already bought the relatively new fish-finding technology. Maybe you’re trying to determine if it’s for you. Live sonar is a big consideration for many, and once you’ve decided to add it to your fishing boat, you’ll face another big question: how you want it rigged.

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