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JW_YakAnglerJW_YakAngler NaplesPosts: 301 Deckhand
With high winds and a wicked current, conditions were not optimal. When the snook bite is off, these guys can save your night. 

My YouTube channel: JakeW KayakFishing

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  • John McKroidJohn McKroid Posts: 3,977 Captain
    Nice Drum!  You may be able to video without a light if you can adjust the ISO settings on your camera?  My older Gopro's lack the adjustments, but the newer ones might?  Sony makes great low light and night vision cameras.  A friend of mine had one that made night videos look like daytime.
  • JW_YakAnglerJW_YakAngler NaplesPosts: 301 Deckhand
    Thanks John. I have a hero 5 black and hero 8 black. They can take some cool night time lapse photos/videos, but don't take great action video in darkness. The Sony cameras sound interesting, I will have to take a look. I used to put both the camera and light on my hat, but it is super uncomfortable with the additional weight of the light. I think a lighted camera just behind me over my shoulder is the solution for now, then I will switch to the annoying lighted front camera just to show the fish for a second.
    My YouTube channel: JakeW KayakFishing
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