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Bully Netting, Bully Netting Lights, Lobstering, Spiny Lobster -

Bully netting lobster, namely the Florida Spiny Lobster, has grown into an industry of recreational and commercial fishermen competing with their bully net to get a limit of lobster tails. It’s crazy to think that lobster went from being a trash fish fed at prisons to now one of the most sought after crustaceans that crawl the sea floor. I must say - a boiled lobster tail topped off with melted butter can cause cravings that make any fisherman go crazy.  The above photo shows a customer bully netting lobster with our Swamp Eye HD Lights. These bright lobstering lights...

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Bully Netting, Bully Netting Lights, LED Bully Netting Lights, LED Lobstering Lights, Lobstering, Lobstering Lights -

The best bully netting lights are able to light up spiny lobster on the seafloor. In the old days, metal halide and halogen light bulbs were more common for bully netting lobster at night. More recently, the most common lighting choice has changed for most of the seasoned bully netters to LED lobstering lights. After talking to several commercial bully netters from the keys as well as some recreational guys who head out for mini season every year, we've gained some feedback as to why they think we are seeing this transition. Here's what they said: Top Reasons for LED Bully Netting Lights...

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Bully Netting, Lobstering -

The majority of our customer base is dedicated to hog hunting, bowfishing, or flounder gigging. In the recent weeks we’ve found out that many of our customers are buying our Swamp Eye Flounder Gigging and Bowfishing Lights for a completely different cause: Bully Netting the Florida Lobster.    If you aren’t native to the Florida waters, you may have never heard of this sport. Similar to gigging and bowfishing, you run your boat in about 1-4 ft of water at night with bright lights to illuminate the bottom and look for savory lobster to harvest. You can also go for...

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