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Bass Angler Magazine

Underwater Spy Cam

Ingenious Aqua-Vu® Pole Camera System reaches out and reveals fish in previously undiscovered locations

Crosslake, MN (July 21, 2020) – Beneath the surface, things rarely match the imagination. Consider the aquatic blind-spot beneath a boat dock. What about that big sunken tree you’ve tried to fish? Who knows what might be living in that limb-infested snarl. Any bass below that patch of lily pads, or lingering around those bridge pilings?

What sonar can’t show clearly, an Aqua-Vu can. By simply connecting your Aqua-Vu underwater camera to a telescopic pole, you can unlock a whole new world of underwater discovery. The underwater camera innovators at Aqua-Vu give anglers the ability to literally reach out and spy on fish in those difficult-to-reach locations. The XD Pole Camera Adaptor connects Aqua-Vu optics to any threaded telescopic pole. Think of it as an underwater telescope, bringing remote fish and hard-to-reach sweet spots within visual range.

Whether you’re scouting shallow structure for the next big tournament or want to engage your kids’ underwater imagination, spy-camming provides hours of education and entertainment.

Inspired by tournament bass and crappie anglers, the new Aqua-Vu XD Pole Cam Adaptor (MSRP $29.99) offers an exciting means of silently probing and peeking beneath boat docks, brush piles, vegetation and other shallow cover. It is also ideal for checking boat hulls and engine lower units. Now compatible with all current Aqua-Vu LCD systems, plus the new Multi-Vu XD, the XD Pole Camera Adaptor is one of several modular underwater viewing accessories available at www.aquavu.com.

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