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flounder Question on Flounder Gigging Light

I wanted to try Flounder gigging in Galveston West Bay. I tried a month or two ago with a high powered above the water flashlight. Awesome experience seeing all the aquatic life in the water at night (shrimp, crab, various fish), but I didn't see or gig any flounder. I did keep some crab, but that was it. Everyone I have seen has a light that goes underwater, and I couldn't really see the bottom very well with my flashlight.

Any suggestions on Flounder Gigging Lights. They had one at Academy, but it looked pretty cheap. I figure if I'm going to do this, I might as well get a decent one that will last. I won't use it a ton, but if I enjoy it I could see using it once a month or so for several months of the year.

Any opinion on any of these.

underwatergreenfishinglights.com Hammerhead LED 4000 or Giggin' Stick Flounder 2000.

gigflounder.com Flounder Finder FF-5000.

One thing I like about the underwatergreenfishinglights.com lights is that the battery is built into gigging light versus having an external battery which you plug the cable into. That seems like it would be really nice.

Anyone know if these are any good. Should I be looking at something else.

I expect people might say to build your own (I found a lot of just LEDs for flounder gigging online that you make your own with). I'm sure it isn't that hard and is more cost effective, but I would prefer to just buy one. There are a lot of things I do myself, but I'm more likely to actually get out on the water catching flounder if I just buy one already made.

Thanks for any info.
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