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UNDERWATER ice fishing CAMERA!

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ANY SUGGESTIONS??? i'M THINKING OF BUYING ONE, BUT DONT WANT TO SPEND TOO MUCH MONEY... PREFERABLY UNDER $150... ANY SUGGESTIONS?? or what should I look for?

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take a look at the new FishTv unit from Aqau-vu. doesnt look to be too bad for the price, plus you get that great customer service from Nature Vision to back it up!

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I have a Marcum which I bought after having 2 aquavus and unfortunately I didn't recieve the same customer service as Bobbo when I had problems and there were many. Marcum makes a great product and I have had no problems with it.

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Buy the Marcum VS 250 its about 120 bucks, i've had on for two years now and have used it alot ice fishing. So far it been a great product, a friend of mine has a Aqua View Scout and the marcum seems a little bit better built for your money...

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    • Rick G
      Lol..... u got me.... I know I look odd, but that is the way the good Lord made me..... That and my homley parents...lol
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    • smurfy
      so i'm heading up next wed. will I need to bring my ice fishing stuff!!!!!!!!!!!