Underwater Cameras Answer Bassing Questions


October 8, 2016 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Uncategorized


AquaVu Camera

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Sight fishing has experienced a big change. No longer do you have to look for bass in shallow water. An underwater camera like the AquaVu becomes the ultimate spying device.
You can watch fish at any depth and experience their behavior.
• How often do bass follow lures without biting?
• Which baitfish moves are the ones that ultimately trigger a strike?
• Do they strike out of curiosity or aggression versus the need to feed?

“I’ve spent my whole life filming bass and other fish in their natural habitat,” says Bill Lindner, Hall of Fame angler and outdoor photographer. “Sans scuba gear, the Aqua-Vu has taught me more about the underwater behaviors of freshwater fish than any other tool. It’s also disproved a lot of commonly held conceptions.”

The power of watching bass, muskies, walleyes, crappies and other species strike on-screen, says Lindner, can’t be over-stated. “If you truly want to learn the most valuable lessons about fish and how they function underwater, you need to add a camera to your arsenal.”

During the past year, Lindner tested an all-new underwater camera concept—the Aqua-Vu XD Camera housing— which allows anglers to view their lures or baits in real-time, on a high-resolution color LCD screen. Things Lindner observed
• Smallmouths following lures for 5 minutes
• Muskies hitting lures with their snouts
• Walleyes striking like barracuda
• Large groups of bass following lures out of curiosity

more. Muskies swiping at lures with their snouts. Walleyes attacking as viciously as a barracuda. Huge groups of bass following out of sheer curiosity.

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