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Looking for some input on underwater cameras.... I noticed on aqua-vu's website that they changed their line-up a bit. The only camera I've ever used is a scout and that seemed to work fine, but would like to know about other models and brands. Any input is appreciated.
 

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I bought a Fish TV, I think they were bought out because I got mine new for like $45 and I love it. If I cold buy another one it would be a camera the DOESN'T look like a fish. I had my camera hit buy 3 fish last year.
 

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Too busy bowhunting to worry about the ice, but it won't be long now!
 

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I am always out on first ice so if you see a big fat guy out there you know it is safe for you to be out there!

Seriously, I am getting more and more into ice-fishing every year. I love it out there. Every February me and a bunch of other old, retired Army guys do a Devils Lake trip. 30-40 below with wind chill and we still go out every year..why? :D

Bring on the ice!!!!
 

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buy an aqua-vu you any model you can't got wrong. I would suggest getting a flasher 1st though
 

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msg,

My friends call me the ice tester. If i can go on anyone can.
 

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cast&blast said:
Marcum VS820 ( i think thats the right model). They are spendy but they have a flat LCD screen that is daylight viewable. Would be great for ice and open water.
Marcum has the 2 best UW cameras on the market with the 825c & 820 flat LCD screen cameras. You pay for it but there's nothing else better out there right now, IMO.
 
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