If you’re looking to up your fishing game, you’re going to like this.
The AguaDrone, which recently launched a Kickstarter campaign, is designed to work in water.
The waterproof flier has swappable pods to help you hunt down, film, and catch fish.
The pods use a sonar fish-finder that sends helpful information to your smartphone.
Data such as images of the local area, the water’s depth and temperature, and video can all be recorded. There’s also a line-casting pod that can carry up to 2 pounds of bait for you.
It may sound like a fisherman’s dream, but your wallet might not think so.
The kit will cost you $1,999, but luckily, delivery won’t start until February 2017, so you have some time to save up.
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