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I am a member of a fly fishing club and we lease a private lake stocked with trout and a number of very large carp.
Professional kit is available but this can be very expensive.
There are a handful of simple consumer remote surveillance cameras, with built-in 3G connectivity.
I wondered about the feasibility of mounting a motorised web cam on a small island in the middle of the lake and monitor it wirelessly from a distance of a few miles. Your options are limited by the lack of power and, presumably, a phone line.
Without those two essential ingredients the only way to send live images to a remote location over a distance of more than a few hundred metres is via a 3G/4G mobile broadband connection, assuming that the site isn’t too remote and a good phone signal is available.