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Bass Pro Shops® Submersible Fish Lights

   

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  • $18.99

  • SKU: 1020469

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18"

  • $24.99

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  • Use as a boat or camper light, too
  • Won't attract bugs
  • Fluorescent green bulb

Floats without a weight and you can vary the effect. When you are finished fishing you can use it as a boat or camper light that doesn't affect night vision or attract bugs. It only draws 1 amp and even though the fluorescent green bulb is not replaceable it is rated at over 2,500 hours of use. 15' cord. 12V battery clips.

Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 68 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by No Good Bought this light today from BPS that is 45 minutes away and took it all the way home and plugged it in and it was a nice bright light that looked like it was going to work great. After 2 minutes of running the light flickered and cut off. Used a voltammeter and there was no electricity running through the product. I don't know if it was a faulty product but would highly recommend having the BPS guys test the product for you at the store if you're for sure going to buy it and let it run for about 10 minutes before leaving the store. The package claims the light can be used to light campsites and areas which makes me believe it can be used out of water. The product did not get hot to the touch, it simply stopped working. Would make sure the product is going to work before leaving the store and would not buy over the website. July 29, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not a good purchase. Burned up within 5 minutes of hooking it up. I hooked it to a typical boat battery according to the instructions and it lit up nicely. The cord has a box inline which got very hot within just a few minutes and it quit working. I'm pretty disappointed with this product. Bite the bullet and buy a quality LED one. July 20, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Absolute waste of money and time Read reviews, took a chance and bought the 18" light. Had wife out for a fun night on the lake. Light lasted not 15 minutes, no fuse to check or water in light. Don't waste your time on this light. July 19, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bad light Bought two of these. One went out first time we used these lights. Maybe worked one hour. Traded it in at Bass Pro for a new one. Tried the advice of the on line reviewers and sealed the new one. On second attempt at using these lights the old one stopped working about 15 minutes after it was hooked up. The new one never worked right out of the box! NO, it is not how they are handled...it is not water intrusion (mine were all dry inside), these lights are junk. Even at the reduced price, Junk. Truck gas, boat gas, time wasted, kids disapointed, getting your money back for the lights just doesn't pay the bill!! July 7, 2014
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Hi, thank you for your patience. At this time, we do not offer replacement parts for this Submersible Fish Light. However, you might check with Optronics, which they offer the same type light model UW100 by calling-1-800-364-5483, and online: http://www.optronicsinc.com/fishing-new.html. Otherwise, if under warranty please return for an exchange if damaged.
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It says 12 volt battery clips. But what type of battery is it. Do I need one of those big car batteries or is there a different kind of battery? Thanks.
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Car battery of marine battery. I guess a lawnmower battery would work.
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If weight and space is an issue you can just get a 12 volt motorcycle or lawn tractor battery. It will not last as long a a larger deep cycle battery but it will be easier to handle. An easy rule of thumb is; the heavier the battery, the longer it will last.
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Green penetrates further in the water than some elements of white light. There have been some studies done and in most water the green attracts more fish. In super-clear saltwater people prefer the blue because it penetrates further than the green. The green light does not attract bugs like the white light does. If the lumens are equal, go with the green light.
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I could not find any, but splicing the wires is an easy fix to make longer
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Don't see why not. All is sealed. Although, I did put a silicone bead around the protective cover to make sure it does not leak.
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I'm using this in saltwater and it works great. Had fin bait and squid within 15 minutes.
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The unit is watertight, so yes it can be used in saltwater. Run a second line with the weight, then attach to bottom of light to reduce or eliminate any stress on where cord runs into top of light.
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will they berak if u do will they still attract fish
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look for a different light that can sink.
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what can it do atract fish or bait fist and does it help for catfish
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It attracts baitfish and I have caught a few catfish under this light as well as some walleye
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I own one of the original ones and I changed it from a submersible to a floater by attaching styrofoam. It is a very bright light and attracts the baitfish, which attract other fish. Yes I catch catfish using it. The fish tend to stratify with white bass at about 7-10 ft and crappie at 12-14 ft and then the cats and stripers at the bottom. That would be in approixmately 22-24 ft dept.
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i need a battery powered submersible fishing light that does not require a 12volt battery
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FYI - Quarrow does make a smaller version that we carry that can be found at http://www.basspro.com/Quarrowreg;-Alure-Light-Fishing-Light/product/10218871/118586?cmCat=CROSSSELL_PRODUCT and does not use a 12 volt battery.
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There are lights that you can use that are made for sword fishing. They are not super bright but they do not require 12 volt batteries. They run off of AA batteries and are about 5 inches long. They are called LED Deep-Drop lights. They cost about $7.00 each.
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thats on the 21 inch green tube light that requires a weight to get it to sink.
Plus would like the amp draw on the real bright light that sinks without a weight.
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I recently bought this light and it says that its about a 1 amp draw for the 21" light. I used it for 6 hours straight on an 8 amp hr 12 volt battery and it worked great.

For the money, this is great. Doubles as a deck light, as well.
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Is dropping them on a downrigger to a specific depth recommended or OK??
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They are all good models. You might narrow your search by ratings.
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