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Underwater camera on Lotw

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Greetings,

Coming to LOTW and would like to try my new marcum camera out.

Is the water clarity good enough to use a camera or a waste of time?

Thanks

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i would leave it at home.lotw is a stained water lake.you wont be able seen much

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We purchaced the best Aqua-View makes brought it up to the lake and at very best all we saw were glowing eyes and as soon as we turned on the infa-red the fish scattered and were spooked...leave it home.

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That doesnt sound very encouraging at all. Hopefully the flasher will keep up entertained!

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i was out on morris point and it worked fine there. we were watchin fish all day untill i realized we forgot the battery charger and couldnt use it no more : ( but we could see a good 5-6 feet

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