LinkStyle 12V 120 LED 1000 Lumens Lure Bait Finder 10.5W Night Fishing Finder Lamp Light Crappie Shad Boat LED Submersible Deep Drop Underwater Light Battery Clip Power Plug 6M Power Cord

September 12, 2018 - Comment

Product DescriptionLight trapping is the use of photo taxis of fish and insects, according to this theory, luring the fish and other insects. The lamp applied in deep water fishing, LED light source, energy saving and environment friendly, there is excellent effect on luring and inducing the fish. Product FeaturesPerfect for boats, docks and piers.

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Product Description
Light trapping is the use of photo taxis of fish and insects, according to this theory, luring the fish and other insects. The lamp applied in deep water fishing, LED light source, energy saving and environment friendly, there is excellent effect on luring and inducing the fish.

Product Features
Perfect for boats, docks and piers.
Attract prawns, squid and fish to your favorite spot with these super bright led fishing lights.
Suitable for fishing both in fresh water and salt water.
8-Sided LED Fishing Light enables 360-degree view.
10.5 watts, 120 SMD Super Bright LED Lights, 1000 lumens brightness ultra-low battery consumption.
50,000 Hours of continuous use.
Portable, compact size for easy carrying and storage.

Kindly Notes
To ensure longer service life, it is recommended that you disconnect power first, then pull your fishing light out of water.

Specification
Type: Underwater fishing light.
Function: attract fish.
Wire length:19.2ft. (5.86m) waterproof wire + 3.1ft. (0.95m) battery connection wire.
Light Color: Green.
Lumen:1000 lumens.
LED bulbs quantity:120 SMD2835 Leds.
Power:10.5W.
Service time:50000 hours.
Weight:10.4oz (295g).

Package Included
1 x Underwater Fishing Light.

Comments

Dark Helmet says:

Cheap. Bright. Draws fish. All of the night fishing crappie anglers who use lights around here have Coleman lanterns or electric lamps that hang over the water. They work to draw fish, but also draw a huge amount of bugs during the late spring and summer. I’ve had an inch of dead bugs in the bottom of my lantern after a night of fishing. They divebomb everything the light reflects off of, including your face. I can only take so much of bugs crashing into my eyeballs.So I wanted to try out a submersible light. I looked at the reviews, and even the expensive ones had negative reviews that mentioned leaks and short warranties. I figured if something is going to fail I’d rather have a $20 light fail than a $120 light, so I bought this one. I have only used it once but so far it seems well constructed. No leaks and it ran for 4 hours off a sealed 12V 7Ah lead-acid battery and only brought the battery down to about 50%. Very bright. The water was reasonably clear (I could see the light clearly at about…

Street Glide Nation says:

Very cool! It really draws in the bait fish! Very happy with this product!

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