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Old 05-12-2011, 12:07 PM   #1
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im new to gigging and want to put some lights on my boat. i have a generator already but was wondering if anyone had some lights they arnt using anymore they would want to cut me a deal on, interested in leds also. maybe 1-2 gigs also. just let me no what you have, i have some fishing tackle i could trade also. thanks in advance
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Old 05-12-2011, 04:27 PM   #2
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http://www.e-conolight.com/

Try this, its where I purchased my lights. I use quartz floods but they have it all.
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Old 05-12-2011, 08:46 PM   #3
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ya i saw those im just looking too see if anyone has a retired flounder boat they wanna sell the lights off of. but thanks for the help
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I always used the Brinkmann Starfire II lights. When the water gets choppy, stick 'em underwater. They are encapsuled and won't blow out. There easy on the batteries too.
But there are dozens of different lights available, none of which I've got. Sorry
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I have two 12 volt flood lights for a tractor from tractor supply mounted on the sides of my boat and they work great,well sorta I havent seen a flounder in two months. BTW those two lights and a hand held spot light last most of the night with a deep cycle batt.
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Old 05-12-2011, 10:45 PM   #6
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I have a brand new set of aquastar magnum 450 watt lights that I will make you a 1 time good deal on. Two were used 1 time and one has never been used that I bought for a spare. You will need a generator because they are 110. I went to HPS and never used them. Look them up on fishinglightsetc.com. I'll take $70.00 for all
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Old 05-12-2011, 11:20 PM   #8
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Go to wal~mart you can get 500 watt halogen workloghts with spare bulb for 10.00 each 2 of the you can see what ever your looking for the down side expect to replace them every other year !! But work great!!
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Ill stick to my $8 floods. Havent had an issue yet. And to everyone else that uses quartz floods. The site I recommended earlier has bulbs (250,300 & 500) for $.50 each. Cant beat that. No disrespect to Bama's offer but I do not have $70.00 in my whole rig (lights, wiring, deck and hardware).
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Just putting them out there. The only problem is they have to be submerged because they get hot. They are on sale now for $74.00 apiece and just thought the guy could use a deal. If anyone needs some dock lights they pretty much light up the world. Very bright white light. You have to equip according to your budget.
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