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Old 10-10-2018, 08:57 AM   #1
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Flounder giging lights ISO

My son is looking for flounder gigging light any suggestions
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Old 10-10-2018, 03:50 PM   #2
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Jerry's LED's best flounder lights period. Look em up
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Old 10-10-2018, 05:16 PM   #3
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What are the best led lights for flounder gigging
Green, warm White, neutral White, or bright white
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Old 12-27-2018, 07:50 AM   #5
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What are the best led lights for flounder gigging
Green, warm White, neutral White, or bright white

I prefer green. You can make them yourself . Visit the Oznium website, power them with a 12 v deer feeder battery,
There is a thread on this forum started by smackdaddy that it very long that will give you the ins and outs and the latest updates.

https://www.2coolfishing.com/ttmbfor...flounder+light

I am the person that introduced Smack to LED home made flounder lights.

The price of most store bought flounder lights is ridiculously expensive compared to what you can make one for yourself with just a little work and very basic tools.
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That is a great thread on lights. Has anyone tried to combine that style with the gig? Wonder what the problems would be.
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That is a great thread on lights. Has anyone tried to combine that style with the gig? Wonder what the problems would be.
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I was going to work on a combo light / gig but never got around to it.
I think it is possible although when I mentioned it to Smack he thought I was joking and it was probably just me thinking out-loud` and more trouble than it would be worth.
I have a few other ideas I may work on sometime but an led light hooked to the end of a piece of pvc and wired to a portable battery is about as simple as it gets. It is not difficult or expensive to do that. Don't overthink it.
Looking pretty does not help catch flounder.
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That is a great thread on lights. Has anyone tried to combine that style with the gig? Wonder what the problems would be.

If the tines on your gig are 6" long, and then you completely submerge the light, you would have a problem in very shallow water. When the light comes out of the water you lose pretty much all light value. You wouldn't want to be dragging the tines of the gig all night. So you would just about be looking at a foot of water, to be comfortable.

Also, if the light is attached to the gig, then when you raise the gig to stab a fish, your light would come out of the water and you would pretty much lose sight of your flounder. Maybe you've got something in mind that I'm just not seeing, but everything I can think of would make for some functional problems.
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