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  • $5.99

  • SKU: 1206348

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2 Grn, 2 Blue, 1 Wht, 1 Ylw

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  • $25.99

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Experience the challenge of night fishing with submersible fishing lights!

Providing up to 250 hours of powerful illumination at depths of 3,000 feet, the Ultra Flash Submersible LED Drop Lights operate on lithium cell batteries (included). Water-activated.

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LEDuds 2 of 6 work correctly. 2 light very dimly. 2 do not function. Believe the reviews and save your money. July 2, 2012
Drop Lights Bag come with 6 lights. The yellow and white were out of battery and the 2 green and the 2 blue just light a little. I wont recoment this light. May 3, 2012
sunny day salmon fishing Just spent monday the 7th of march fishing with 2 of my buddies in Vancouver Canada. It was a beautiful sunny day and to be honest fishing in the spring can be spotty. That said we were fishing deep 95-120ft so i strung 1 of these flashers on a 8ft lead and ran it off my downrigger ball and the first spoon flasher combo above it 10ft. I was running 3 lines and every hit and fish we got came off the lure closest to this flasher(green led). It was a great day and I cant wait to try it again!! March 10, 2011
poor product Although the pack comes with six of them, only one worked for a reasonable amount of time. After one drop, the others had water in them and shorted out. July 12, 2010
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I bought a pack today and wondered what they looked like so I droped one in a glass of water, it didn't work so I tested the others and none of them worked. Do the have to be under water pressure to work?
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no pressure needed. there are 2 electrodes that need to be connected via the water.
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