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    Quote Originally Posted by brettw View Post
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    Thanks. When I was a kid we'd hang kerosene lanterns over the side of my grandpa's pontoon boat on Beaver Lake.

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    BigDawgg pontoon lite up at night. Works really good my boat is done the same way. Any more advice needed on this I may be able to answer any questionsName:  20180408_211457.jpeg
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    Y'all put lights in the water too or does what I see do it all?

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    Depends on if we wanna but most cases that's all that's needed

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    I have used a variety of lights over the years. For a long time I used submersible flounder gig lights. They work well but they do use up a battery quicker. I use 10, 12 ft rods so I need something that will let me see that far out. The biggest problem I had with the gig lights is they take up some room plus they are awkward. The last couple years I've used an LED work light mounted to a pipe but out of the water. Great light but draws in bugs. I just made a light like something I found on youtube, a submersible LED. I'll try my best tomorrow or Tuesday night to go to the pond and just see how much light it puts out.
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    I have a star fire and it works well. Sometimes I think it draws in too much bait. My rods are also fished close to the boat, which doesn’t allow them to get outside of the main lighted area. I went back to using a clamp on style shop light with a 12V fluorescent bulb. With my setup, I seem to catch more with these light.


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    Any light will work and long as it penetrates the water. When you feel you have to much bait under the lights, just shut them off for a few minutes and the bait will leave. Turn your lights back on and start over, it does not hurt anything. I have had many different types of lights like everyone else. It all boils down to what suits you.

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