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Underwater Lights #12456699
10/07/17 07:11 PM
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Looking into putting out some underwater fishing lights around a dock. Is there a brand, company, or set up that someone can recommend?

Re: Underwater Lights [Re: jbcarroll3000] #12456748
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Originally Posted By: jbcarroll3000
Looking into putting out some underwater fishing lights around a dock. Is there a brand, company, or set up that someone can recommend?


I have 3 from Underwaterfishlight.com.... I got the Emerald color which is way brighter and casts a bigger halo in the water. Make sure you order the right size cords... have to take in consideration the depth of water it will be sitting in as well as how far out fe dock. I recommend at least a 100' cable for each light. I have 150' so I can change light position.

Re: Underwater Lights [Re: jbcarroll3000] #12456811
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Just make sure you let us know where you put them so we can come fish your dock. fish



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Re: Underwater Lights [Re: jbcarroll3000] #12456889
10/07/17 09:37 PM
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UnderwaterFishLights.com makes great products. PM me if you have any questions and I’ll be happy to help.

Re: Underwater Lights [Re: jbcarroll3000] #12458273
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I've got four lights. One from Green Glow Dock Lights, two from The Green Monster Fishing Light and one from Alumaglow lights. I'm going to get another pair from Green Glow because they have 7000, 14000 and 21,000 lumen lights. I'll get a pair of 14,000 lumen lights. The AlumaGlow is an LED light which is very bright and cheaper but because it is a cool light it is covered in time with algae. It's best to get a mercury vapor set which are hot underwater and aren't then covered by biologic stuff. Mine really work because I always have people fishing around my dock in the early morning and at night. The lights are expensive. A double set of 14,000s run about $650. A single light about $350. During the summer I've seen packs of bass roaming around the lights. Not so much now.

Re: Underwater Lights [Re: jbcarroll3000] #12458995
10/09/17 02:33 PM
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Check out Loomis Led @loomisled.com I've had these along with my neighbors on fork for about
2 problem free years Very bright

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