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fish hawk kris

Quality Mid Priced Fish Camera-TV?????

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My son and also a friend currently looking for a good Mid to low priced fish cam for open water & ice fishing use. They just don't want to buy garbage.

Personally, I like the high end Aqua-view & Marcum products, but it's not my wallet.....

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Fish hawk- I guess I would keep my eyes on the for sale sections. Maybe someone is upgrading and willing to part with a good used product. I also would contact Nature Vision, I know they sell a lot of reconditioned units. They have "garage sales" quite a bit up at head quarters in Brainerd.

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Marcum VS380. The difference between the low quality/budget camera's and some of the nicer units is like night and day. The 380 is a wonderful camera that you should be able to find at a modest price. Good luck.

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Reeds had the vs380 for around $270 last time I checked their site. Pretty good price on a great camera The only issue I've had with mine in two years is everyone wanting to use when I have it one the ice.

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They are running the "garage sale" every Friday from 11:00AM-3:00PM. Yesterday they had Marcum VS250 (reconditioned)for

$100. They also had some AquaView cameras not sure on the models. I don't know anything about cameras but for $100 I picked one up. They also were selling 7 amp batteries for $5.

Lots of deals.

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My son got one from cabelas, from there bargain bin for 79.00. that works well. This price was with the battery

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Thanks everyone for the help. I'll convey this advice to some future FM'rs!!!!

For those patient enough to deal with the masses, good luck on the opener!!!!

FHK

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