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    Default seaviewer underwater camera viewed on Garmin 4212

    Used my gopro chesty to give an idea how we do it here in Old Harbor, enjoy! http://youtu.be/ef5ndlTHbDQ
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    Sweet fish Jeff. That's awesome you capture it strike to landing!!!


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    Thanks! it took a lot of shots!
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    Sweet fish Jeff. That's awesome you capture it strike to landing!!!


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    Cool video! How deep was that at? How deep have you used it? Do you have any videos showing any bottom structure, or shots of the ocean floor? Also curious which model you're using.

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    I have the 950 drop model with 150ft of cable and IR lights plus a DVR and 10 inch monitor, I have footage of bottom about 95ft I dropped it to 119ft which was all my cable. I troll at 35-90ft most of the footage is 38-47ft
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    Cool video! How deep was that at? How deep have you used it? Do you have any videos showing any bottom structure, or shots of the ocean floor? Also curious which model you're using.
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    Nice video. It looks like you only had one downrigger in the water, and you don't have to pull it when you get a fish on? I usually pull up the gear to avoid wrapping the cables, at least one side. Do you keep trolling slow when the fish it on, or do you stop? Any tricks for avoiding gear tangles?

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    Nice video! Looks like a heck of a lot of fun.


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    Bigger fish we pull all the gear, anything under 30lbs we tighten the drag and horse em in! Sometimes we keep trolling especially if we dont have a breeze, if we have a little breeze we let the wind keep us moving. If you stop dead in the water with out a breeze or the troller in idle then you will likly tangle the gear that is dangling on the other rigger.
    Quote Originally Posted by jrogers View Post
    Nice video. It looks like you only had one downrigger in the water, and you don't have to pull it when you get a fish on? I usually pull up the gear to avoid wrapping the cables, at least one side. Do you keep trolling slow when the fish it on, or do you stop? Any tricks for avoiding gear tangles?

    Thanks for sharing.
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