Technology never stands still, not even in angling. This is evident from the rise of the underwater camera. Cameras suitable for underwater use have been on the market for a few years now. This, of course, offers enormous opportunities for sport fishing. Underwater cameras are therefore enormously popular and anglers from all different disciplines use such cameras. Carp anglers can suddenly see how the boilies are eaten away from their feeding spots and predator anglers can see how a pike has followed their spinnerbait for metres. The best bites are also captured on film. The underwater camera adds a whole new dimension to sport fishing.
By using an underwater camera in your fishing, you can learn a lot. You see images that you normally never get when you are on the shore. You will be amazed at how many fish are swimming in your swim and it is strange to see how some fish avoid being caught in the strangest ways. For instance, you see a pike sliding all over your lure but spitting the bait out immediately. Carp, too, avoid your rigs in the most ingenious ways, but eat the rest of your bait. By receiving this information, you can anticipate the situation and make key adjustments that will turn fishing into catching.