Underwater Fish Lights – How They Work
Homeowners and commercial docks have been using lights to attract fish for decades. Traditionally, these were installed just above the water and pointed down to get as much penetration below the surface as possible. These legacy systems work much in the same way as our underwater dock and fish lights do, only much less effectively.
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Not too long from now we will be releasing our long anticipated commercial line. These lights will all be custom made to order, will be a minimum of 133,000 Lumens, and will need at least 8 foot of water at low tide as a result of their size. We are currently working with a few select waterfront businesses in the Tampa Bay Area as far south as St. Petersburg and up to New Port Richey to get some feedback prior to our official release. If you are a waterfront business such as a marina, hotel, restaurant, or bar in the Tampa Bay area and you have ever considered lighting up your waterfront, contact us today to discuss if you would be a good fit for this program.
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My wife wasn’t sold on buying underwater lights for the dock, but your 60 day guarantee sold her on trying them out. Now, she’s going out to the dock every night to see the fish.
I couldn’t ask for a better system. I’ve lived on the water for years and owned other underwater fish lights. These are the brightest and greenest lights I’ve ever owned!
My neighbor bragged about his LED fish lights for months before 250 watt set. Now I’ve got snook and trout all over my green light. I’m a customer for life!