Notice that little hook-looking thingy on the tail? It's the little cutout on the back.
Try hanging your cam from the tail so you can see down instead of the insanity of having to turn the darn cam to see you jig, etc. It's just like looking down the hole when you're sight fishing. You'll see your jig drift down there, see what's on the bottom and swimming around down there, see the fish come up and inspect your jig, and either turn up their noses (change jigs) or inhale it (set the hook!). If you fish with the lights on, you can see your line down there too, even fluoro. The fish still don't see the fluoro. Some will even check out the camera - and it's cool to see the fish up close!
Fishing with your underwater camera like this turns ice fishing into a video game - i.e. pull the jig out of the mouths of the little guys so the big ones can get it! Once you've done it, you'll seriously consider turning your depth finder off and using the battery as a backup when the camera battery poops out! (They all use a 7AH 12v battery. We carry a spare for that very reason!) This is also perfect when you fish shallow ponds like up at Golden Gate Park (Kriley is less than 10 feet), and we were having such a hard time interpreting returns on the Vexilars and subsequently missing a lot of bites that we just hung out in the ice hut and fished by tv! A camera helps you interpret what you're seeing on the Vexilar. Great teaching tool. Not to mention cool!