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first time on URL.. is the water clear enough for using cameras?

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sometimes yes and sometimes no, it depends alot on the snow cover. the furthest i have been able to see on my aqua vu is aboot 3-4 feet, which is still a blast on red!

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Yes the cameras will work and are a blast with all of the walleye, pike, whitefish, shiner schools and even a curious eelpout from time to time.

I have had great luck with the Marcum cameras, the high contrast screen and lighting system appear to disply cleaner on Upper Red's dirty water.

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We left it at home but I wish that we would have brought it. The water seemed clearer where we were. We have brought it in the past and couldn't see much.

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Used mine on Red today and you can see about 4 feet.

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