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Go Fish Underwater Camera for the Man in Your Life

Looking for that perfect gift for the outdoorsman or fisherman who seems to have everything?  I suggest the Go Fish Underwater Camera that is specifically designed for fishing. Unlike other “action” cameras that are on the market, the Go Fish actually sits on the fishing line and records or snaps pictures, whichever you prefer.  In fact there is not just one but three recording modes. This one has it all folks! 

A float accessory for live streaming, night vision capabilities, 1000 pounds tension and waterproof for common fishing depths. And easy to use it is! Simply attach to your line and fish as you normally do.  And the Go Fish Underwater Camera works while you are casting and whether you are bottom or float fishing, trolling or kayak fishing, you are ready to go!  In a tough armor case, this is sure to last! So as a gift for a father, brother or friend or to just spoil yourself, pick up the Go Fish Cam and...go fish!

Go Fish has been used at depths of up to 500 feet and records beautifully.  It is equipped with green LEDs, which can improve your chances of catching a fish, since studies show that fish are attracted to light.  Using your mobile device, you will be able to live stream in actual time with the Go Fish Cam after you download the App.

I wish I was able to actually try it out, but we have had freezing temps and snow.  This looks like a really great gift idea!!

Visit the Go Fish Cam website to learn more and to purchase the Go Fish Underwater Camera.  Also take a moment to follow them on their social media.
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