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    Default Recommendations on night fishing lights.

    Looking to purchase a few. Any thoughts.


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    check out nilite.com
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    nilight.com

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    Alumalight make some good ones but they are pricey. You can make your own if you like to make things. Just go on YouTube and look for videos on how to make them

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    Havent priced 'em but LED lights is the way to go.
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    go to wish.com THEY DOT A 120 LED FOR 18 BUCKS I GOT 2 OF THEM THEY ARE VERY BRIGHT THEY GOT ABOUT 15 FT OF CORD WITH BATTERY CLIPS they are about 12 inches long easy to store work just as good as them priced 50 bucks and more
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    About 20 years, i begin hearing reports about green flouresent lights. They work great. Last a long time too, i am still using mine. It is a 3 foot light and needs about 1 ounce of sinker weight to make it vertical. It can be submersed with more weight. It really does draw shad and the light extends quite a ways from the boat. Low current draw too.
    Ebay has some, that is where i got mine at. They are pricey though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adair View Post
    Looking to purchase a few. Any thoughts.


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    Pm. ofishlbizzness on how to make then. He does really good. Starfires if you can find them. I use an inverter on my boat and run 26 watt curly bulbs = 100 watt light and they work pretty good. Also a hydroglow 4 foot led green light. There are many different ways to light up the water. ie… propane lanterns work hung over the side at an angle with a reflector shield to keep the light out of your eyes. You get bugs but hey that helps too! Hope you find what you'll like.


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    Quote Originally Posted by paul pace View Post
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    I've got one of these green LED submersible lights. How deep should I go with it?

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