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Ed Carlson

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Now this is Kewl! Just guess where this type of technology may go.

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Hey Mechanical Bullheads! Great idea! I wonder if they can be over 7 inches? grin

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LOL! Ah...Yup..Nothing in the regs about mechanical robo-bullheads. Or stalker Bulhead-Cams.

You have to admit them robots do swim like fish. I can see them using them to tag along with schools and do study's.

Might be a bit spendy for bait just yet Dark?

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I have thought of using a plastic type bullhead that could wiggle but the costs might be out of line when one would use 10-12 a night.

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I would slide one down my ice hole in winter to find which direction the schools are. That or put a few in the major lakes to follow the fish around and send a report to a sattelite every hour. Collect all the data and run a HSOforum that tells where the fish are and have been lately... for a fee. smile

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See...now you got's your thunk'n hats on guys! wink

Like I said...you have to wonder where this type of technology may go in time.

So.should we start the "STOP the ROBO-KITTY" tread now...or wait a while? Kindas sounds like the ROBO Duck deal...Eh?

LOL!!!

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