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    First run with GoPro onboard.

    This boat was a glow conversion... It's main purpose is small lake or pond use so blistering speed is not needed or wanted.

    Will be used to deliver fishing lures farther than is castable from shore, and mucking around in the local water features.

    http://youtu.be/gxTzoKIixG8

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    Liking that water feature, makes for an interesting course to navigate too . What method are you using to handle the fishing gear on the boat?

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    Am just using a small servo arm with a screw in one end of it on the deck.
    Place line under it and lure on deck also. The unscrewed end of the arm faces the rear of boat.

    May try a real downrigger clip later if the release it too varied.


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