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    Fishing Lights #5560 03/17/11 12:12 PM
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    Re: Fishing Lights [Re: BobGlen] #5565 03/21/11 08:02 AM
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    Reel Lights work great for pier or bank fishermen.
    Suggest 35' cord to get away from the bank or pier.

    Bank, pier night fishing

    Re: Fishing Lights [Re: BobGlen] #5685 05/04/11 06:31 AM
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    Reel lites are made with "Reel L.E.D. Bulbs" not strip lights

    Re: Fishing Lights [Re: BobGlen] #5698 05/06/11 04:41 PM
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    Bob I got to tell you, I needed to take the guide on's off my boat trailer. I had my light hooked to the boat battery 15 Min. after it came out of the box. I got under the boat and laid the light beside me, I had all the light I needed to un'-bolt those guides. That little thing is really bright for it's size. I can't wait to get out night fishing with it. I'm impressed and happy with it so far, makes a heck of a trouble light...Thanks...Crappie 1

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