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waphetonboy

underwater camera vs. flasher

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Get the flasher.It is much more usefull than a camera for finding fish.
There are two companies that stand out when shopping for a sonar for ice fishing.Marcum and Vexilar.I personaly am in favor of the new Marcum LX3.Very crisp display,great target separation,adjustable zoom,and IR that can't be beat.
Once you found fish then its nice to have a camera.

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I have decided, based on what I have read the last 2 days, that for a flasher, I will do the Marcum

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I have both and would get a flasher before a camera because you can use it anytime of the day and in any water clarity. The camera is great to have and i use it alot ice fishing but knowing my depth with my vex is much more important then seeing the fish up close. Camera is probably more fun as long as your on the fish but the vex gets u on them and the camera helps the hookset. Vex first, camera second. JMHO

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Question, if I have a flasher, LX3 and my friend has an under water camera, will they interfere with each other, we have a 7 x 16 house?

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Get the flasher!
There are many times when you can't see with the camera, but the flasher will always work!
If you can spare the bucks get the MarCum LX3! I got one this winter and they are great.
Cliff

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