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Old 12-14-2019, 09:36 PM   #1
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Default Crappie fishing at night with a light???

My wife heard me mentioning that I need to get new flounder lights since my others were damaged in the hurricane. Apparently she doesn't know the difference between a flounder light and a submersible night fishing light.

I was going to have her send it back, but after doing a little reading have decided to keep it for crappie and squid.

Anyone used a light (this is green) to draw in crappie or squid? Will it work for crappie in the winter or should I wait until summer?
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Old 12-14-2019, 09:42 PM   #2
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The majority of the underwater submersible lights that you buy for crappie are green. They draw The Bait fish which in turn bring on the crappie. There are other colors out there as well it's all about the light spectrum and how far down the water column the Light reaches. The crappie aren't actually in the light though they sit just outside waiting on injured Bait fish so you adjust your Rod accordingly

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