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Author Topic: Submersible light question  (Read 763 times)

Bubbadoyle

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Submersible light question
« on: Feb 10, 2016, 09:39 AM »
I fish a lake that has stained water. It is a river system. It pretty much has no night bite. Has anyone had any luck inducing a night bite with submersible lights in a lake that doesn't have a night bite?  If this is possible it would greatly increase the hours that I can fish. As it is now its not worth my going out after work.

buuddy

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Re: Submersible light question
« Reply #1 on: Aug 07, 2017, 09:48 AM »
My trials with using battery operated lights leads me to believe that they are too bright and can spook the fish. At a lower intensity, such as with a glow jig, it can turn on a hot bite.

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Re: Submersible light question
« Reply #2 on: Aug 07, 2017, 02:32 PM »
Carefull if the lake has pike they will hang around and you won't catch any thing we just turn are lanterns up on high on our lakes wich is a resivoir lake  aka a damned river.. and the bite picks up .. I am sure you could do same with leds in a  flip or a hub..

 

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