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Submersible Green Lights at Night? #13635141 07/18/20 03:15 PM
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Just purchased a couple of submersible green lights and ready to so some night fishing. Tried this a few years back at night at Tawakoni under the bridge and had a blast.. You never knew what you were about to pull in.. Whites, Hybrids, Crappie, Catfish and even the occasional Gasper Goo! I used white lights that floated on top then and now going to try the green lights.. I hear they are much better.. Anyone have any neat experiences doing this? Any lake you prefer over the other? Lets hear your stories.

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Re: Submersible Green Lights at Night? [Re: CamoKing] #13635184 07/18/20 03:59 PM
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Best ones are the lights that are on a timer, as they draw more fish. That said, I used to drop one off the back of my boat at the cliffs marina at PK and go eat dinner and come back after dark. The light would be surrounded by a huge swirl of bait and under that would be endless sand bass. Drop a ghost minnow or shinner into that on a slip bobber and Instantly fish on.


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Re: Submersible Green Lights at Night? [Re: CamoKing] #13635326 07/18/20 07:26 PM
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I found adding some off road lighting to your boat works well too.
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Re: Submersible Green Lights at Night? [Re: CamoKing] #13636301 07/19/20 08:57 PM
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I have a Green Glow underwater light off my boathouse. 110 volt. Draws magnum sandies at night . Set in 10 fow and on dusk to dawn timer. Only thing when you hook a fish don't let them jump or splash in the light. It will spook the rest of the fish for rest of the night. But lots of fun to watch and catch the fish!

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