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Old 23-10-2006, 20:43   #31
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Darryl, as long as the camera is infrared. Which I doubt a webcam would be would it?? Otherwise just a normal light or LED.
Hey you could buy one of those fishy cam thingys they are advertising, then you could use it for undwerwater inspections as well. I have been thinking one would be real handy to have and I could use it to see why the fish don't bite, when the sounder say's they are supposed to be there :-)
Oh and yes it is the Ethanol I was reffering to Hellosailor.


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Old 24-10-2006, 01:29   #32
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would ruin the fun of fishing. When you go diving you can see the boat boys bait and the blue cod swimming around ignoring it. It is funny, the fish are always there, just sometimes they ignor it.

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