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Eyoyo 50M 7" HD 800480p Monitor 1000TVL Infrared Underwater Camera Ice/Sea Fishing Fish Finder With DVR Recording + 4GB SD Card + Lights Control + Keychain

$196.99


720p HD XD Camera with Ultra-Low Light sensor

Using your camera to locate productive fishing spots is an obvious advantage and that is the most common use of cameras for ice fishing. Finding that lone rock ten feet from your hole is enough information to move in that direction and it can make or break a day’s fishing. These spots can also be saved on GPS for use later in the open water. In this case, a TV is worth a thousand words when it comes to understanding underwater structure. Are you fishing over rocks, mud, or weeds? Is there a stump nearby that might attract fish? I once found a ten foot pipe at the bottom of Chatfield, and I might be the only person who knows where that honey hole exists.

The Ice Pod allows you to rotate your Aqua-Vu underwater camera while ice fishing. Simply place the camera cable into the stopper, place in the slot on the Ice Pod tripod, and rotate the camera as necessary. A must for using Aqua-Vu on the ice!

IR Lighting amplifies picture in dark conditions.

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Underwater Ice Fishing Camera - Sears

It is always good to fish with new people because you learn so much. And, it is easy to make friends with fishermen who push you to the next level. My friend Jay showed me the next frontier in underwater cameras for ice fishing and I am forever grateful.

Using your camera to locate productive fishing spots is an obvious advantage and that is the most common use of cameras for ice fishing. Finding that lone rock ten feet from your hole is enough information to move in that direction and it can make or break a day’s fishing. These spots can also be saved on GPS for use later in the open water. In this case, a TV is worth a thousand words when it comes to understanding underwater structure. Are you fishing over rocks, mud, or weeds? Is there a stump nearby that might attract fish? I once found a ten foot pipe at the bottom of Chatfield, and I might be the only person who knows where that honey hole exists.