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I didn't watch this myself but just from the title thought some here may find it interesting.

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After all my years of fishing a stretch of Lake Erie for smallies the ability to see a couple of hundred feet off to either side would have sure came in handy!

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Very interesting video. Just wish I could afford today’s electronics; there’s some amazing crap out there. 

Thanks for posting Lew. 

Dan

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