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    Led Reel lites For: Boat, Deck, Pond #6963 01/29/12 10:24 PM
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    Just a couple of sizes of the 7 that are available

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    Re: Led Reel lites For: Boat, Deck, Pond [Re: BobGlen] #6968 01/31/12 09:22 AM
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    What color?

    Green or white for freshwater
    Blue for deep sea
    or Blue as 2nd light inside the boat.

    Bob I ordered a green 204 LED also ordered 100 LED
    blue lite to have inside the boat to use so as not be
    tripping over things I deer and turkey hunt a lot and
    have found that blue lites are easier for eye to adjust
    in the dark without having night blindness when
    turning lite off and on.

    What Lumen's to order?
    Fishing in darker waters purchase one of the brighter
    lights.
    All lights will work, but to your advantage
    brighter ones are better for darker waters


    Question: Why so many lights?
    Just like cars....all cars have 4 tires, small tires,
    medium tires, big tires. Small engines, medium
    engines, big engines. The same with lights, some
    people want medium light say for a kayak, others want
    bank fishing lights, some want more lumen etc

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