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Old 05-28-2019, 05:40 PM  
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Default SPYDRO, A Fishing Camera Company, Is Looking For Anglers To Be A Part Of A New Field

I am working with a company called Spydro. They manufacturer a smart fishing camera that can really enhance your fishing trip videos, but can give you valuable data for your days catch as well.

They are building a field staff of dedicated anglers who on the saltwater side fish for stripers, grouper, mahi-mahi, blue fish, snapper, tuna, bills etc.

When I was asked to help them do this, Pensacola Fishing Forum was my first thought for a place to reach dedicated anglers, who are passionate about our sport.

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Old 05-28-2019, 07:56 PM  
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I'll bump it, why not.
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IDK, thats a strange looking web address for a legit company. Not saying it isn't legit, but seems to me it should be something like https: and then maybe the company name Spydro .... that "spy" dro makes me wonder too. And No, I did not click on the link. All kinds of bad stuff can come from the unknown.
Good luck on your company's venture, I'll wait a year or so and see what comes of it, Meantime, I'll stick with my Gopro.
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How deep can it go? I wouldnt mind sending one down while deep dropping!

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CurDog - The Link http://bit.ly/2I8sMKL is a Bitly shortening link. It nothing dangerous at all. I use them all the time with my business ODU Magazine. CurDog here is the regular link - https://www.odumagazine.com/join-spydro/. They go to the same place. Not a single worry to have.

JD7.62/Captain Jason - The depth is 450 feet. So it is great for Halibut and most bills. But unfortunately not swords when you are dropping ten pound weight for them at 1000 feet plus. Nice looking picture.
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CurDog - The Link http://bit.ly/2I8sMKL is a Bitly shortening link. It nothing dangerous at all. I use them all the time with my business ODU Magazine. CurDog here is the regular link - https://www.odumagazine.com/join-spydro/. They go to the same place. Not a single worry to have.

JD7.62/Captain Jason - The depth is 450 feet. So it is great for Halibut and most bills. But unfortunately not swords when you are dropping ten pound weight for them at 1000 feet plus. Nice looking picture.
Okay, that makes me feel better, (https://), thank you. A quick look at it looks really well. That certainly would be cool to watch the hit. I don't go after billfish, but target redfish, black drum, flounder, speckled trout, red snapper, amberjack, king and spanish mackerel. Paw-in-law goes for the tilefish, they're deepwater fish. I'll mention this to him.

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