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Aqua-Vu Underwater Screenshot

Somewhere in the mysterious land of sonar menus, hidden windows and secret subroutines lies a little known fish-finding function. Think of it as a super interesting on-screen app that can instantly help you locate and catch more fish. Rather than a rendered interpretation of fish and structure, live underwater video provides the final word on what lies beneath. As anglers continue to discover, their Lowrance, Garmin and Raymarine sonar-chartplotters offer the powerful ability to connect an Aqua-Vu camera and view…

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Guide with large Burbot

Eelpout are in. Burbot are a big deal. Lawyers are likable. Really? Actually, yes. This lone freshwater member of the cod family easily qualifies for the most interesting fish in the world—right up there with megamouth sharks, pufferfish and those bizarre, alien-like creatures that haunt the deep seas. Particularly intriguing about the enigmatic eelpout is that for most of the year, no one particularly knows where they go. We know that the species’ circumpolar natural range stretches from the Great…

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Aqua-Vu Camera Giveaway

At the upcoming 2020 Bassmaster Classic, last year’s champion Ott DeFoe will passing the torch to the next big winner. This coming Sunday morning, the ever-popular tournament angler will also appear at the Aqua-Vu booth during the Bassmaster Classic Expo at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex. DeFoe will be on hand starting at 10am, Sunday, March 8 at booth #2227 to talk underwater viewing and to draw the winner of a brand new Aqua-Vu HDi Series Underwater Viewing System—the same camera…

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Female Angler Lands Largemouth Bass in Kayak

Aqua-Vu® underwater cameras trending among kayak fishing enthusiasts Tournament anglers sneak it out of their boat’s storage to spy on bass during prefishing. They glance at its live video screen when sonar signals resemble question marks. Other than a scuba mask, it’s the only tool that shows what’s actually living in brushpiles, hunkered down in vegetation or hiding below boat docks. In these scenarios and many others, an underwater camera has proven to be a valuable, trustworthy fish-finder. Now, following the…

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Largemouth Bass Underwater

For most anglers, watching the fish is something that happens only in the mind’s eye. You picture what your lure looks like, and how it moves underwater. You visualize what the weedbed or brushpile looks like and you wonder what types of fish might be inhabiting it. You imagine what it looks like when a bass first sees your lure and moves in for the strike. But unless you’re scuba diving or looking through the lens of an underwater camera,…

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