I thought it might be interesting to see a thread with some sonar shots with explanations and/or questions. I'll start with a few and hope others will join in with interesting shots or some they have questions about. The above is a shot of fish holding very tight to the bottom along a ledge. I think this was near Swan Point in the late summer. When stripers aren't actively feeding, they sometimes just hunker down side by side along the bottom. If you get a jig to them just right, you can still get reaction strikes. This is stripers actively feeding on a bait school. I count six. In this case the bait was small, less than an inch long. Stripers were mid-20s. A shot like this tells me I should probably size down my lure. Above is a school of stripers attacking a pod of glass minnows. I could've dialed down the sensitivity on this one a little for better detail. Note the difference in the color of the soft bottom in this shot compared to the ones of the hard bottoms above it. A few striped bass near the bottom. The solid line is a lure making bottom contact. The proverbial "False Bottom." When fish are this thick sometimes the sonar will misinterpret the depth and report the top of the school as the bottom. I've posted this one before and it's one of my favorites. Fish are relating to bottom structure, in this case, the Kent Island Sewer Pipe. From this shot you can tell the direction of the current. It's flowing from left to right. The fish are moving in over and in front of the structure to eat the bait that is trapped against the rocks. I'll look for more and post other shots when I get them. Hope to see some of yours.