Structure-Fishing Information


My name is Mark O'Neill and I educate fellow anglers on Lowrance electronics, mapping and fishing with seminars, classes and on the water training that I do in the Midwest area.  My main objective to help clients get the most out of their Lowrance electronics and as result become more proficient at fishing as they learn more about the environment that is below the surface.

I grew up on the northwest side of Chicago, but spent much of my youth at my grandfather’s cottage by Lake Como in Southern Wisconsin.  That time period would be my introduction to fishing and the introduction of what would become one of my favorite bodies of water, Lake Geneva.

As an Engineer by trade today, my approach to fishing is more technical than most, with the primary focus being on the structure of the lake and not the shore line.  I am aided greatly by the maps I create and use my Lowrance electronics to get a much better understanding of what lies below the surface.  As a licensed guide and pro staff member for Cabela's, Doctor Sonar, Lowrance, Alumacraft, Mercury Marine and Motorguide to name a few, I am continually exposed to the latest technologies as they become available and I demonstrate and share those technologies at the Lowrance seminars, classes, on the water training and guide trips that I do.  

Bringing in an 8 pound Walleye as seen on a Lowrance HDS-9 Touch unit using a St. Croix Avid AS63MXF rod with 6 lb P-line copolymer line
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