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Interesting concept but,...
murky water
lose enough lures as it is, wouldn't want to lose a cam
good luck seeing stupidphone screen in daylight
plus with polarized sunglasses, even harder too see the screen

think i'll pass on this product and just use my fishfinder
 

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This looks like a product for people who suck at fishing. Technically you would know you're getting a bite and should the hook once the bobber submerges right? The CEO looks like quite the outdoorsman...
 

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Ive used an underwater model that leads fish like Red fish or Walleye up in MN. That seemed to work really well in low light at 45-60ft. Realize this is no guide owned $3500 unit but I think it could be fun for the kids to play with.

Thank you for the help Chris! I will remember that in the future.
 

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This looks like a product for people who suck at fishing. Technically you would know you're getting a bite and should the hook once the bobber submerges right? The CEO looks like quite the outdoorsman...

Having used higher end equipment I can tell you that you would be absolutely shocked how close fish get and how picky they can be in the changing of the seasons.

Like Noahski said above with the crappie. Ive been on the lake trying out 15+ combinations before I get consistent hits. This could save some serious time.
 
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