Mounting Ideas for Your Swamp Eye Submersible Light
The Swamp Eye Submersible Flounder Gigging Lights are second to none in terms of bright underwater LED flounder gigging lights. Our flounder gigging lights are designed for under water use only and they pack one heck of a bright color tone adjustable beam. Our swamp eye submersible flounder gigging light is most commonly used for flounder gigging and bully netting, but we've had customers mount one to their bowfishing boats before as well.
Flounder Gigging Lights
When it comes to flounder gigging lights, there is no better flounder light than the Swamp Eye Submersible. Our Swamp Eye submersible flounder light was designed for the harsh, corrosive saltwater environment, and it's been tested by some of the top commercial fishermen around the world for durability. The protective cover that our swamp eye submersible light comes standard with is literally sledge hammer proof, and was put in place after receiving feedback from commercial fishermen that the lights would be damaged after running shallow and hitting oyster reefs.
Bully Netting Lights
Bully netting spiny lobster in the Florida Keys is quite the adventure, and the Swamp Eye Submersibles will light up your night like you wouldn't believe. The Swamp Eye submersible light is the go-to for many commercial bully netters, primarily because they hold up year after year. We typically see bully netting boats put 2-3 Swamp Eye Submersibles on the front of their boat and many of them will utilize our removable boat adapters or our trolling motor brackets to mount them to their skiff.
The Swamp Eye Submersibles are used on some bowfishing setups, but the Swamp Eye Light Bar is more commonly used. The submersibles work great as added light to mount onto your trolling motor shaft with a 1/4-inch U-bolt. This is the most common method of use we see for bowfishing boats.
Photos of Mounting Ideas for Swamp Eye Submersible Lights:
Here are photos of Swamp Eye Submersibles mounted to boats, used for wading and gigging, mounted to paddle boards and even trolling motors.
Boat Mounted Swamp Eye Submersibles
Wading and Gigging Setups
I’m 46 now but I can remember when I was 7 or 8 years old. My paw paw would take a 12 volt light bulb and use a piece of styrofoam to keep the electrical part above the water but the bulb in the water and tie it to a cane pole and wire it to a 12 volt battery and take his 10 foot job boat around the edge of the bay at night and we always gigged our limit using one light bulb. Simpler times build the best memories. J C Bell aka paw paw will always be my hero.