Is located just upstream from Fremont, in very deep water. Due to the amount of silt and debris in the water, sunlight has a hard time penetrating to the camera down past the 7ft mark. So we have moved the camera up the pole, off the bottom, so it rests in 6ft of water. Visibility increases as the year progresses, because the river needs to clean itself of the foliage that has fallen in the previous Autumnal season. This camera is positioned next to a recess in the shoreline, which creates a back current or a swirling type of pattern. Fish love to feed in these areas, because their prey tends to be present longer as the current rotates.
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