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Bass Pro Shops Night Stalker III Light

   

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The Bass Pro Shops® Night Stalker® III Light features dual black bulb system which illuminates your fluorescent monofilament for easier visibility at longer distances. Frosted lens cover on the white general-purpose bulbs to reduce glare. The 4-way on/off switch lets you turn on just the lights you need. With the black lights on, fluorescent fishing line can be seen at a distance of 50'. Use either 6 D batteries (not included) or 12V electrical system. Complete with carry strap and 2 suction cup feet for temporary placement on the boat rail.

  • Dual black bulbs
  • Frosted lens cover reduces glare
  • 4-way switch
Bass Pro Shops® Night Stalker® III Light 3.4 5 29 29
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. Happy Fishing! November 14, 2006
black light Well in the scope of things it is a cheaper blacklight model but gee I wish the plastic housing was better quality. It just feels cheap when disassembling to install the batteries. I was holding my breath waiting for the inevitable crack that comes with this type of plastic. Well time will tell. It cost about 40 bucks but has the feel of a 2 dollar flashlight, you know it won't last. It works but I can't give it a good rating. July 5, 2012
It will get you by I bought this to use until I could get a permanent solution installed. It is barely adequate, but served the purpose. If there is much competing light (moonlight), it is barely enough. The suction cups almost guarantee it will end up in the drink. If you can't afford anything else, it will get you by. August 9, 2011
It definitely helped alot! It may not work out to fifty feet but works great in tying knots and seeing the little strikes. The darker the lighting conditions the better. We were fishing and a 3/4 moon rose after 11pm and it did lessen the visibility of the string further out. Glad I bought it. Would have been handicapped without it. July 22, 2011
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About 6 feet w/cig plug
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The power cord is 8' and has the cigarette plug.
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The last time I looked in the master catalog, the replacement black lights were about 8 dollars each. You would be better serve to buy an additional unit when they have them on sale for 19.95 and you get a lot of bulbs for replacement. I probably own 10 o fthe NS III lights for use on my pontoon boat plus extras for parts replacement.
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How far does this light shine? I want to be able to see the bank so I know whether or not I'm casting into weeds etc.
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Won't be near that bright. Most black lights aren't designed to see the bank.
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Under normal conditions, I can see the bank at 75-100 feet with this light useing the double bulbs. Full moon or near conditions negate the power of the black light. One tip, when the batteries start to drain, switch back to the single black setting and it will be brighter than the double lights.
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Mine lights the fishing line up about 20 foot from the boat. It doesn't seem to light the bank up but about ten feet away.
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Don't know of any black light that produces the amount of light you want. In concern to these lights, I get about 20 feet of illumination.

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that really depend on the night itself. is it over cast,or is the moon new or full.are you fishing on a lake that has a lot of house lights around. if it is a dark night and no houses around you can easily see the bank 45 to 50 feet away.. with more than one blacklight you could probably see it from farther and its bright enough to let you see what the bank looks like before you cast.
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approx 10" long by 3.5" tall by 3.75" deep
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about 12 inches long,4 to 5 inches tall,and about 4 inches wide
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The unit is 10" W x 4".
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