Bass Pro Shops Night Stalker III Light
Works as Expected.
I am very pleased with this product. It works exactly as expected and is quite durable. I have not had any problbems. It is easy on batteries and the ability to use the cigerette plug is an added bonus. Both work extremely well. With clear blue flourescent (CBF) monofilament line, it shines and glows. It's really neat. Have I cought more fish? Who knows, but it can be useful at times. The white light comes in handy when you have to tie on a new lure in the dark. The black light makes your CBF line glow. I've found that this really helps more to see where your line is headed, as opposed to seeing nibbles or bites, but it does still help on the dark night fishing.
Anyway, bottom line is it works exactly as I would have expected, and it has held up well. I'm pleased with the purchase.
November 14, 2006
NIGHT STALKER LIGHT
I've owned this light for 2 years now and it has been great. I could have spent much more on a blacklight, but this has proven to be a very reliable and effective piece of equipment. Not only does it make my fishing lines light up brightly at night, but it doesn't attract bugs the way white light does. Battery life is excellent with this unit as well.
July 11, 2006
It's not a bad light. The black light does make your line glow. Only if you have blue colored line. The battery life last me two nights on avg. It is not very durable. The main thing you have to be prepared for if you use the black light get ready for lots of bugs.
January 3, 2015
I use two of these while night fishing, one on the front of the boat and one on back. Make sure you're using a fluorescent line and you'll be able to see your line very well. It may not look very bright to you if you turn it on at home. But when you're out on the water it doesn't take much to illuminate your line at night. I don't use this to try and illuminate my entire boat. Just mount it on the side and use it to see your line at night. I use a head lamp if I need to see in the boat for tyling line or unhooking a fish.
March 3, 2011