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Thill Nite Brite™ Lighted Floats are essential gear for the night-stalking walleye hunter. Long-lasting lithium battery produces a glow that's 20 times brighter than, and lasts twice as long as, most other lighting systems. Can be rigged as a fixed float or a slip bobber. Battery included. Red light.
works great in low light
i love using this when it is still dark in the early morning the light is very bright so i know when i get a strike
January 8, 2011
I have used these on lite biting sharks on Apalachicola nights and Reelfoot lake night feeding catfish with great results. Very visiable and long lasting. Great slip float but I would use a peg (toothpick) to set depth instead of the spring/notch attachment, especially if going after Hammerheads or Flatheads!
June 2, 2010
this is an awesome float that has a little weight to it. i use it for panfishing sometimes when it's windy cause it helps cast longer distance. i believe the company could do something with the price . over 8 bucks with tax, come on just a bit pricey. awesome float little high priced 4 out of 5 . if moneys no object spend away. i lost one once catfishing and there goes a 8 dollar float.
May 20, 2010
great buy the lights are super bright which means its easier to see
November 23, 2008
It really depends on the amount of weight you have under the hook. I catfish with the 6inch with a ounce of weight. That would sink the 4 inch. As for the fish type you want to make sure the type of fish your fishing for can pull the float under.
There isn't a definite answer for this one. The rigs that you use with a slip float can vary greatly. However, if you want to fish deep and need a heavy weight below the float, you will need a big enough float for the weight you are using.
Basically the deeper you want to fish the bigger the float, and the farther you want to cast, the bigger the float, and lastly the more heavy your line is (and the rest of the tackle you are using) the bigger the float The type of fish doesn't matter., though the size does since that determines how heavy the rest of my tackle is.
I recently purchased two packages of the replacement batteries. They are not like the batteries that come in the package. I don't know how to use them. Essentially, it looks like a battery w/a stem. There is no visible light. Am I suppossed to pull the top off an old battery and insert the new casing? Please provide details!
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