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Dec
30

Smallmouth Bass Fishing in the Winter

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Smallmouth bass caught in late December

The Hitman displaying a nice Candlewood Lake Smallmouth Bass.

smallmouth bass caught by the author

4 LB and over Smallmouth bass are common at Candlewood lake.

Smallmouth bass fishing in the winter is not for the weekend angler!~  But those anglers in the know can have the bast trophy smallmouth fishing imaginable!

Watch the excitement in the video above as young anglers, Bailey Hood and Nick Spada each catch a personal best trophy sized Smallmoth bass! You will feel our excitement right through your screen!

If you live in the Northeast and fish for Bass you have undoubtedly heard of Candlewood Lake! Candlewood Lake is one of the best bass fishing lakes in the northeast, providing both large and smallmouth bass fishermen with unsurpassed action for trophy fish!

When Candlewood lake  is not locked up with ice, is a great fishery for bass boaters! With warm cloths and proper tackle you can have a great day of winter fishing on Candlewood lake.

Smallmouth bass are ferocious cold water feeders that can make you tremble with excitement from their strong fighting, fast swimming and even high jumps in the wintertime!

How to find feeding winter smallmouths is the challenge here, because once you do find a hungry school of smallies you can be in for some nonstop action!

Knowing the habits of winter time smallmouth bass and visiting all the possible locations you can, using your electronics and without spending time on non-feeding schools of fish, you may stumble on the best smallmoth bass fishing of your life time! Trophy smallmouth bass are common in the winter time and putting in your time and effort is a must! You can accelerate your learning process by hiring a local guide or fishing with anglers who have been on the lake of your choice. If you are going to try Candlewood Lake their are 2 local bait and tackle shops that can help you narrow your search and provide you with the very best tackle and tips to catch winter time smallmouth bass, Valley Angler and Candlewood Bait and tackle are the names of these 2 facilities.

With persistence your smallmouth bass dreams can be a reality and doing it in the winter when most anglers are home by the fire, makes it so much better.

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Feb
26

Advances in Ice Fishing Technology

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Some fisherman just wont change their methods with the times, I have a friend that is a very good fisherman but he remains stuck in the 1980’s he continues to fish the same way he always has, how much experience can an angler gain doing the same things over and over?images (26)

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I have always changed with the times, often innovating new ideas and approaches of my own. I try to learn something new on each fishing adventure.

This blog post will pertain to more advanced Ice fishing equipment and methods, they change rapidly in today’s world of modern electronics.

Here is an example: I purchased the  Humminbird Ice 55 sonar, just last season and it was one of the best sonars on the market, Humminbird now has more advanced units, like the 597 ci hd that includes sonar, gps and more options then previous year models. A unit like the 597 can put an ice fishing angler on a previous location using gps system! This is a huge breakthrough for ice fisherman. Imagine knowing you are sitting exactly on top of a brush pile or log crib designed to attract fish!

Another example would be Ice fishing Augers, I own one of the best Ice fishing Augers on the market but now I’m drooling over the new Ion Electric Ice Fishing Auger, electric Ice Fishing Augers will be the Ice Fishing Augers of the future!

Lets go ice fishing with a Sonar unit for checking depths and finding fish.
Using a Sonar to set up your ice fishing tip-ups.
When using a Sonar unit to set depths on your ice fishing tip-ups, you will get a much more accurate setting and the confidence that your bait is exactly where you want it in the water column.

When you use your sonar for ice fishing, remember to adjust the sensitivity on each trip, this is very important, modern sonar units will allow you to view your bait as it descends, you you should pick up a signal from the bait, split shot and barrel swivel, if you do not,  you need to adjust the sensitivity on your sonar unit, water clarity also plays a roll in properly adjusting your sonar.

Setting your tip-up’s with a sonar will assure you are fishing at an exact location and depth.

 

 

 

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Aug
24

Chatterbait Bass fishing

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The Chatterbait is one of the countries top selling Bass baits, It was invented around 2003 and  in it’s early days it could be found on Ebay for 50 bucks a pop until it hit the store shelves in 2005,  a Bass angler named Bryan Thrift got hold of these early baits and started winning some major tournaments He caught most of his fish with a ChatterBait. Other anglers got a look at what he was using and the Chatterbait craze began.

a selection of chatterbaits

A selection of Z-Man Chatterbaits

What makes a Chatterbait such a great Bass catching lure? Well first of all it’s new! I’ve been fishing long enough to see this happen with several lures, Bass are all over them at first and once they become educated to that bait the fishing slows a bit, this could take years but it does happen, find a lake where that bait has not been introduced and you may have a very successful Bass fishing trip as a result!

Some anglers call the Chatterbait the “new Spinnerbait”  It actually  is simular to a Spinnerbait, they are both essentially jigs, the spinnerbait a jig on a wire with various blades attached and  the ChatterBait a jig with a metal lip blade, designed to rattle and make the chatter sound.

They both wear skirts and they are both very versatile lures. They each have a place in my tackle bag but the Chatterbait is the one we are talking about in this article and the bait I have been experimenting with lately.

Hitman displays a nice river Smallmouth Bass

Chatterbaits are easy to use Bass catching lures

The Chatterbait is a fun lure to fish with you can fish it very slow or quite fast, when you reel in you will feel the chattering of the blade and you will instantly know your bait is swimming properly, if it picks up weeds the chatter action will stop. It’s not weedless but performs surprisingly well in weedy areas.

I caught bass with the Chatterbait right off the bat, I tried various retrieves and caught a few bass, since many strikes come on the initial fall of the bait, I find that making the Chatterbait repeat the dropping motion by lifting and lowering your rod on the retrieve is one method that works well.

You can work a Chatterbait with a super slow retrieve to entice inactive bass , or just cast and retrieve your Chatterbait as you would with a crankbait varying the speed of your retrieve to fish at different depths. Over all the Chatterbait is an easy to use bait, that is extremely effective for large and smallmouth Bass!

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Jul
06

Fishing the Connecticut River for Bowfin

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“What is this crazy thing?”  Kyle thought he had another catfish on the river bank but a closer  inspection made him

jump back and call for Shawn to help him with this prehistoric looking fish  Shawn had never seen one in the flesh but was convinced he was looking at a Bowfin, I had just told him there was an upsurge of Bowfin in the Connecticut River a few days prior to their catch.  They quickly snapped a picture on a cell phone and  sent it to me for confirmation.

This scenario is happening up and down the Connecticut River! Connecticut Outfitters in Wethersfeld  can attest to this, they have had numerous customers come into the shop with a picture or description of a Bowfin wondering what they had caught!

The Bowfin

Bowfin can be caught on the Connecticut River

 

“The bowfin is a primitive type fish and the sole representative of an ancient fish family dating from the Jurassic period, appx. 180 million years ago. Other names — grinnel, brindle, blackfish, spot tail, mudfish, dogfish, shoepike, cypress bass, cypress trout, choupique, scaly cat, buglemouth bass, German bass, brindlefish.”

Bowfin identification

“Body color of the bowfin is dark olive above with lighter sides and cream-colored belly. The long dorsal fin is dark green with a narrow longitudinal olive-colored band near the top margin and another near the base. The males have a dark spot on the caudal fin, bordered with yellow or orange. Lower fins are green, vivid as fresh paint, during the breeding season. There are 66 to 68 scales in the lateral line. The dorsal fin contains 47 to 5l soft rays and the anal fin 9 or l0 rays. The head is more or less flattened on top and the mouth is large. The teeth are sharp and strongly set in the jaws. Weights of 6 to 8 pounds or more are commonly attained. The swim bladder serves as a lung, giving the bowfin air breathing capability”.

Bowfin are well known for their incredible strength and fearlessness and a tackle busting fight that will get an anglers adrenalin rushing!

5 pound Bowfin Landed by Kyle Paris

 

How to catch a Bowfin

Your rod and reel:   I have caught many Bowfin while bass fishing with a  typical bass fishing rod and reel although folks who actually target the Bowfin will often use stronger tackle with lines rating up to 40 lb. test and stronger hooks on their lures or bait

Yes, Bowfin will strike lures with a vengeance!

  •  A Bowfins diet is very similar to that of the bass, loving crayfish, live fish, shrimp, insect larvae, frogs and more and they have an incredible appetite and are very capable predators changing their diet from insects to live fish when they reach an approximate size of  only 4 inches .
  • When using fresh cut bait nothing beats a nice chunk of fresh eel! That is what Kyle caught his Bowfin on.

  • To locate a spot that would be an ideal habitat for Bowfin, look for lakes or slow moving rivers  with underwater vegetation, rocky areas, undercut banks and other structure.

Although some folks eat the Bowfin and claim it is good table fare, they contain up to 5 times the mercury levels of any fresh water fish so I’m not an advocate of eating Bowfin.

Right now is the best time to catch Bowfin they love warm water and can thrive in many water conditions, including low oxygen and polluted waters  since they have an air bladder that operates much like a lung allowing them to breathe air and live out of water for extended periods of time.

The most productive method would be cut bait fished in the Connecticut River in one of the coves or bends from Middletown north up the Ct River, Keeney Cove in Glastonbury is one very good location. Your rig will be a simple hook and sinker set up as you would for Cat fish or other bottom fish.

The Bowfin is said to fight better than many well known game fish and they are very colorful and beautiful fish, so why not target the Bowfin on your next fishing adventure.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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May
25

CT BlackOps Fishing Report 5/23/2012

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BlackOpsfishing.com presents the weekly fishing report with Downloadable PDF
Delivering the most up-to-date, hottest and precise fishing reports on the planet! At this point all reports are relative to the CT area but we will soon be covering many more areas. Please subscribe to our blog and youtube channel, we at BlackOps truely appreciate your support. The first 100 subscribers will be entered in a contest to win a BlackOps Hoodie! Also becoming part of the BlackOps Mafia will improve your fishing skills and knowledge and it”>ABSOLUTELY FREE!

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I used to fish every trout season opener with the crowds of anglers rubbing elbows and moving further and further into both sides of the stream until their rod tips almost touch, of course I found quieter holes to fish but it was and is still a zoo out there!

If you chose to go to a lake for opening day trout be prepared for launch ramp disasters and lakes that need traffic lights to accomadate all the boaters trying to hit the water by the traditional 6 am opening.

Many people think that “fishing season” opens on the third Saturday in April but that is NOT the case!

The third Saturday in April marks the traditional opening day of trout fishing season only, You can fish 365 days a year in Connecticut like i do!

You can even fish for trout in the catch and release sections of some rivers known as TMA areas, the Black Ops crew was fishing the Salmon River TMA section hard until Friday before opening day, we even caught several large trout over 3 pounds known as “breeders”.

I feel bad for the folks who go on opening day of trout fishing season thinking the fish are fresh and eagerly ready to bite unaware that we already caught and released their dinner:)

The last several years I would go on a Cod Fishing trip instead of fighting the hoards of “Scrods” for a spot on the river, this year I fished the Salmon River’s lower section and never even saw another angler.

I like to fish alone, I still have flashbacks from 1975 when I was a teen and took a friend “Morris York” fishing with me, it was rugged journey to my spot and it started pouring rain, when we finally got there, ole Morris was ready to leave, I said cool but I’m staying, Morris whined that he didn’t know the way home but I knew he did, still he hung with me, probably afraid to go back by himself.

I would love to have a video or pictures of the fish that I was about to catch but I don’t so It’s just another story to tell.

I was fishing with worms and I made my first cast into my favorite pool on the Blackledge River, my worm didn’t even hit the water and was slammed by a big impressive brook trout, every single time I casted my worm another big brookie would take it! Every time! It was insane!

After a while I realized I was almost out of bait and looked around for Morris, who was sitting under a tree shivering cold and looking miserable. “Dude, find me some worms I yelled” but Morris wouldn’t move!

Finally I forcefully persuaded Morris to get me some worms but he was crying as he brought them to me, get more I yelled and Morris cried more,  eventually I unwillingly caved and brought ole Morris home, I had caught over 20 beautiful big brook trout, one every cast in one single hole, with the rest of the river left to fish!!! It was like a dream come true and Morris was like a nightmare!

Where ever you are Morris I’m still pissed! You “Scrod”! If we ever meet again you best have some worms with ya!

Whew, I held that in a long time 🙂

 

This year I fished the lower Salmon River, I just messed around using live bait and learning how to make videos of myself and still catch fish, I also tested my Panasonic waterproof camera.

Here is My Salmon River  fishing adventure video! Hope you enjoy it!

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Mar
28

Inflatable fishing boats advantages

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the foldcat

The Hitmans tricked out Sea Eagle Foldcat 375

Lets talk about the advantages of inflatable fishing boats. Obviously the first advantage of  inflatable fishing boats would be their flexibility, they can be deflated and kept in the trunk of a car or a closet in your condo. No need for a trailer, a small car is all you need to transport inflatable fishing boats to your favorite fishing spots, they easily inflate with a foot pump and you are on the water in minutes.

Inflatable boats are extremely safe in the water that’s why they are the first choice for Navy Seals, Fire and Police and Coast Guard rescue boats. Inflatable boats can handle rough seas better than most boats, another reason they are used as rescue boats. I have never been in a more stable boat then my new Sea Eagle 12.6 Sport Runabout It is a perfect inflatable fishing boat, If you stand to one side of the boat it wont even dip down, I swear It’s more stable then my Ranger Bass Boat was, this is why inflatables are used as dive boats, divers can climb in loaded with heavy gear and the inflatable boat remains stable.  These are great reasons to chose  inflatable fishing boats.

They are extremely light and disperse very little water the draft (the distance from the waters surface to the lowest point on the keel)is only a few inches on most inflatable fishing boats making them able to navigate through the shallowest water, yet another reason inflatable boats are used for rescues and Navy Seal Missions and make great fishing boats.

Inflatable fishing boats handle extremely well under power, super quick turns and responsive handling are another reason to make inflatable fishing boats your next choice!

New Sea Eagle Sport Runabout

The Hitmans New Sea Eagle Sport Runabout ready to fish!

Here is a great example of what you can do with inflatable fishing boats, there is a river that branches off of the Connecticut river, every spring when the Herring make their annual run up the Connecticut River many branch off and run up smaller rivers, each season anglers in the loop, head up this river past many obstacles, prop breaking rocks, and shallow marsh areas to reach a fish ladder where very big fish of all types come to feed on the Herring, it is an amazing fishing spot.

This year we have not had enough rain and the river is low, preventing all the bass boats from making this trip, only Canoes,Kayaks or the Hitman’s Custom inflatable would be able to navigate this river. I’m actually planning this trip for today my inflatable is perfect for the mission since a GPS is needed for navigation purposes and I can carry a all the gear I may need, the low draft will allow me to use my gas and electric motor since it’s several miles to the fish ladder and dam. I’m more excited than ever because I’m most likely one of only a few anglers who will fish this prime location this year.

Inflatable fishing boats will go much faster then any other boat with the same horse power outboard, for example I have a 9.9 hp outboard and if I punch it, the boat climbs out of the hole and jumps on plane like a mini bass boat, in seconds I’m going 20 mph this is a huge gas saver! I can fish all week on a few gallons!
This saves me a ton of money. With some of my other boats It could cost over a hundred dollars for fuel just for a day!
I can get a week out of a tank of gas on my inflatable fishing boat, costing me 24 bucks. That saves a bunch of money I can by lures and tackle with.

Besides all of the advantages of inflatable fishing boats, I think they look cool, are a blast to use and easy to trick out with all kinds of fishing gadgets.

Thanks For Reading!
Hitman

Mar
27

Fishing Rod Rack ideas

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fishing rod rack

Bungee material, staples and a couple of planks made a quick fishing rod rack

If you need a fly fishing rod rack, fishing rod roof rack, fishing rod rack for truck, horizontal fishing rod rack, boat fishing rod rack, wall fishing rod rack, free standing fishing rod rack,Ceiling fishing rod rack, chances are you can make one and save enough loot to buy another rod or two.

If I’m going to do a DIY project the first thing I want to know is am I going to save money, time or both. Fishing rod racks are a yes to saving both time and money, its simple to make your own and depending on what you need for a fishing rod rack it could take just a few minutes.

Below is a picture of a fishing rod rack I made in just minutes, I didn’t want to go to the store, I was going strong on organizing my fishing room and didn’t want to brake my pace but ceiling storage for several fishing rods would really help so I came up with this ceiling  fishing rod storage rack.

 

the rubber fishing rod clip

Rubber fishing rod clips like this can be found online

You can simply mount the rubber fishing rod rack clips to a board, door, ceiling and more! Imagine if you took an old chest of drawers and attached rubber fishing rod rack clips on the sides and back, you would also need a base at the bottom of chest to secure fishing rod butts and keep them off the floor, add some wheels and you have a rolling fishing cart with tackle storage drawers and a working table top.
Something like that would cost several hundred dollars you can buy several rods with your savings.

the fishing rod rack

Another ceiling mount fishing rod rack is seen in the back ground, made from scrap items

boat fishing rod rack

The Hitmans Custom "Tower" boat fishing rod rack

You can also use pvc pipes to make simple fishing rod racks! Here is picture of a boat fishing rod rack in my Sea Eagle Sport Runabout.

I used a simple PVC pipe with capped ends to store large surf rods, push poles and such on my roof fishing rod rack.

the pvc tube for fishing rods

The Hitman stores surf fishing rods, push poles and such in a large capped PVC pipe


Use your imagination and save a bunch of money on fishing rod racks.

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Feb
09

Kayak fishing supplies

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Shawn Sims of Black Ops Fishing displays a nice bass caught while fishing from his kayak

 

Kayak fishing is growing in popularity faster then ever, the number of Kayaks being sold is astounding, just take a drive on a nice day and you are bound to see dozens of vehicles on the road  carrying  kayaks,  some people are using kayaks for exploring,  sight seeing, exercise, running rapids, riding ocean waves or just floating around reading a book but we will leave those folks to their simple pleasures, were talking hardcore kayak fishing supplies here!

Kayaks are fun, versatile, easy to transport and make perfect stealth fishing boats, they are also simple to rig with all kinds of kayak fishing supplies!

Today there are so many kayak fishing supplies to chose from you can be very creative when rigging your personal fishing machine.

I own 3 kayaks all rigged for fishing with different kayak fishing supplies and I have helped many anglers set up their boats for fishing with the proper kayak fishing supplies for the fish they seek.

Why do I own 3 Kayaks?  There are several reasons, I have a 12′ Wilderness Brand Kayak it has a large cockpit to carry the extra gear I need for underwater camera  filming , or extra kayak  fishing supplies for longer days of fishing. I have a 10′ Wilderness Pungo model and a Malibu Mini X sit on top Kayak, they are  perfect for the ponds, lakes, rivers and ocean bays were I like to fish. I can also supply 2 friends with kayaks for the different fishing missions we take.

Here is list of the most important kayak fishing supplies you should have on your kayak and where you can find them.

  • P.F.D. personal flotation device:  for comfort you should purchase a kayaking style P.F.D.  these are easy to find in the sporting department of most any store. Larger kayak fishing supplies stores often carry many styles of kayak P.F.D’s including inflatable models, find the one that suits you best.
  • Bailing Device: If your  kayak is not self bailing you will need some sort of bailing devise, I recommend the manual pump style. The Beckson Sea  Kayak Pump can befound at many stores selling kayak fishing supplies. One such store is the Defender corporation  I live local to the Defender corp but they are online at www.defender.com, they have a nice selection of kayak fishing supplies.Beckson Sea Kayak Pump
  • Paddle: You need one, why not spend the extra money on a super light paddle, you won’t believe the difference over a standard kayak paddle.
  • Whistle: You should carry a whistle in your kayak fishing supplies safety kit, a mirror, flare, lighter and first aid items are handy items to keep in your kit as well.

You will also need some rope and an anchor if  you plan on doing any stationary fishing, I carrie a bow and a stern anchor on some trips. You can get fancy and buy or fashion a pulley rig to lift and lock your anchor in place (some kayaks come with these devices) or you can purchace a folding anchor system which includes a folding anchor, rope and bouy in a carry bag.

Fishing rod holders are always available in many styles at fishing and boating stores but for some specialized kayak fishing rod holders you may have to try a kayak fishing supplies store. Also remember you need rod holders to store rods while paddleing as well as rod holders for fishing.

I rarely fish without electronics such as sonar depth finders and or flashers, some kayaks come with mounting surfaces for this equipment or you may have to get creative with your mounting in any case you can get many ideas from searching stores that sell kayak fishing supplies.

Another  great item to carry in your kayak is the Lindy Bait Tamer bag! The 15 gallon bag hangs over the side of my kayaks, we use it as a live bait holder, a live well for kayak fishing tournaments and as a fish bag for our Fluke and Blackfishing!    You may have to order the 15 gallon Lindy bait bag online, it’s harder to find than the 5 gallon model and may not be available at Kayak fishing supplies stores.

I love the Lindy Bait Tamer Bag in the 15 gallon size

Thanks for reading!

Hitman

 

The "Anonomous Bluegill" Underwater camera

A school of panfish on the Hitmans personal underwater camera

I wanted to share this press release that I just received

The Best ‘Fish Finder’ in Your Boat

MarCum underwater cameras have become secret tournament prefishing tools

Minneapolis, Minn. – They call ‘em “fish finders.” And it’s no wonder.

Boating around your favorite lake or river searching for bass, panfish or walleyes, your eyes never leave the screen. The things this fish finder reveals are simply amazing—forests of flowing underwater vegetation; fields of craggy boulders that house all kinds of critters; vast schools of shad, sunfish and the occasional marauding crayfish. Soon, you spot a big walleye; its unmistakable flag-white tail gives a friendly wave as it glides past the lens of your MarCum underwater camera.

While continuing to drift along the rock and weed point, the camera reveals over a dozen deep-bellied bass, seemingly waiting for you to drop a jig in front of their hungry eyeballs. A look at your sonar shows a few mysterious lines and arches, but those could be anything—carp, bullheads, logs, who knows? Only your MarCum shows exactly what’s below your boat. It’s why more and more anglers consider their MarCum to be their true fish finder.

As an increasing number of tournament anglers attest, cameras aren’t just fun, they’re the best way to find and identify bass or walleyes before competition begins. From tournament pros to weekend warriors, MarCum cameras such as the new vs625sd and vs825sd have become reliable fish finders. See something on sonar that doesn’t make sense? Drop the MarCum down and discover the answer. Searching for crappies in a weedbed? Drop the MarCum. Prefishing a tournament, but don’t want to hook your bass before competition begins, or show other anglers the big fish on your line?

You know what to do. Catch ‘em with your MarCum first.

FLW Bass Pro Troy Morrow relies on his MarCum camera to gain a tournament winning edge. In 2010, Morrow notched two major wins and a $50,000 payday at the Forest L Wood Cup on Lake Lanier, Georgia. “I used the camera at Lanier to identify bottom composition around brush, brush thickness, and to see how much bait (bream) was using the brush, and what other species of fish were using the piles,” Morrow said. “Some of my sonar returns around the brush looked promising, but they were all crappies, stripers or catfish. Others were chock-full of only small bream and spotted bass. Knowing this gave me a tremendous amount of confidence that I was fishing in the right piles that held big bass.”

Thanks to recent MarCum advancements, underwater “fish finding” has never been easier. New Solar-Intelligent LCD monitors project dazzlingly clear, bright video in all conditions, even in bright sun. And with the highest resolution optics and display screen available, you’ll be viewing underwater in near HD-quality, right in your boat. In addition, on-screen displays of depth, water temp and camera direction provide valuable clues that help locate fish and identify key patterns.

“For tournament practice when you want to find, but don’t want to hook any of your fish, there’s probably no better tool than my MarCum vs625sd,” Morrow asserts. “I can locate and get right over deep structures with sonar, such as timber or brush. Then I can drop the camera on ‘em to see exactly what it looks like down there—how the cover is positioned, what’s living in it, how big the bass are, and you never burn the spot by hooking a fish before the tournament starts. People talk a lot about confidence, but to me, true confidence comes from actually seeing two 5-pounders swimming around a brushpile on the screen of my MarCum.”

About Marcum Technologies
Manufactured in the U.S.A. by Versa Electronics, MarCum Technologies offers the highest standards in underwater viewing systems and flasher-sonar units available today. For more information and a 2011 MarCum catalog, contact Versa Electronics, 3943 Quebec Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN 55427. For customer service, please contact us at 888-778-1208 or email us at service@versae.com. Website is www.marcumtech.com.

 

 

The technology on underwater cameras is changing rapidly, now is a good time for a newbie to get a killer deal  on discontinued and older model underwater cameras.

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