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MikeG3Boat

I am looking into purchasing an AguaVu. Can I get some advice on which one to purchase. I don't think I need to record anything it would not be necessary. I fish on the WFC and I would like to use it to help me locate fish in addition to my sonar. Thanks in advance for any advice.

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Deitz Dittrich

Look at the different options that the cameras have.. Find which options are most important to you and go with that unit.

Questions you need to ask yourself... Do you fish at night or want to use it at night? The infra-red lights are almost worthless at night. The SR lights work pretty decent, but add to the cost. How big a screen do you want. Do you plan on using it for ice fishing? Do you want temp at the camera? How much space do you have in the storage of your boat?

For me.. I asked myself all thses questions.. I own the Aqua-Vu Scout XL and it does everything I want it to. I also own the Handheld DVR and love it for showing my buds what I have found.

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    • delcecchi
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