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Brent Bushy landed this 40-inch northern pike while fishing for smallmouth bass in shallow water. With the help of a measuring tape and digital camera, Brent has a photo of his catch and was still able to successfully release the fish. (Jason Durham / For the Enterprise)

Fish photography changes with time

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Advances in technology have undoubtedly changed angling, sometimes impacting fishing in a positive way, other times negatively.

Take sonar for instance. Having the ability to see exactly what travels beneath your watercraft, especially when it accurately displays fish, baitfish, or a certain desired bottom type is surely advantageous.

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