Well my boy was selling his MPP with all the extras 4 a great price 700$ so I bought it. Won't be really using it as a Workhorse I only go on vacation once a year. Nor do I do that much fishing but would like to try it a few times.Just a question; why would you use an expensive, high quality aerial photography platform for a "work horse"
Chesapeake and the surf for that matter hold many fish more then capable of pulling your Mavic in the drink.Not sure yet but I don't want to put too much strain on the Motors so I will try to limit it to Under 1pound. Going to go surf fishing next month and also we'll just use it around here in the Chesapeake bay or the reservoir.
Just a question; why would you use an expensive, high quality aerial photography platform for a "work horse"
You don't have a clue how it works, it releases bait where you want to drop it, you don't catch the fish with drone. Know what your talking about before you ridicule someone.
I believe there are a few Different styles of bait/ hook release systems out there . I would be scared that some wind would flip the line up and the back props would get tangled . The drones that I have seen dropping line are all like a phantom where the bottom of the release is farther down away from the motors . Being able to do a drone cast for a 1/2 mile out is a cool idea
I understand that...I just don't know why someone would expose an electronic device ( that isn't intended to do this) to all that salty damp air and sand...nothing kills electronics like a marine environment, even when it's designed to be there...I don’t think the idea is to fish with the mavic, rather mavic will allow the fisherman to cast a really long way.
Mavic drops the line once it’s away from the shore and the fisherman reels the line back in with a rod/reel.