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Caroline McCarthy over at CNET’s Crave posts about the Fishcam, a $362 Korean product that can beam back images of fish moving up to bait—allowing fishers to move their line toward them. The device uses a tiny camera attached to a special float and also can store the images on DVD.

The British newspaper The Sun has some interesting comments about whether this kills or enhances the sport of fishing. Personally, I like fishing with my Dreamcast better.

FishCam gives worm’s eye view [BornRich via Crave]

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