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What Do You Look for When Purchasing Flounder Gigging Lights for Wading?When searching for a quality light to walk and stalk and flounder gig, there are three important aspects to consider that are often overlooked. The most common wading light setups are made with small submersible LED chips that shine in one direction, and some of the old fashioned fellas even use lanterns. We are going to discuss why these walking setups are not efficient on locating your prized fish and why you should reconsider the way you set up your lights. 1 - Maximum Light SpreadWhen you are gigging flounder at...

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Florida recreational fishermen are currently experiencing some hard times in the Tampa Bay area due to the Red Tide rolling in. We've had several of our customers express concern about the issue, so we are dedicating this weeks blog to exposing the facts behind the red tide as well as the key ingredients required for the next Red Tide that could come into your area.   Red Tide The Red Tide is a common worldwide phenomenon that can put a severe damper on a planned vacation or saltwater fishing trip. Not all Red Tides are toxic, but the vast majority...

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The bulk of the fish you are chasing while gigging or bowfishing are going to be in shallow water no deeper than 3 ft deep. Given this, look for clear water where you can maximize your visibility. Another option for maximizing visibility is utilizing the right color tone lights such as the Swamp Eye Lights which can adjust color tones to illuminate deep muddy waters. As the weather warms up in the summer months, fish are hesitant to come in to the shallows until it cools off at night time. The summer heat isn't just hard on us, it's hard on the fish too!

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Flounder are elusive fish who bury themselves underneath the sand to blend in with their surroundings and feed on bait fish that swim over the top of them. As the tide comes in, the flounder and bait fish come in with it. As the tide goes out, the flounder are the first to leave so they are not left high and dry. With this in mind, we can expand on the effect of the different types of tides and how they effect a flounder’s behavior. 

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One of the most common questions we are asked by prospective customers is how to properly setup their new bowfishing or flounder gigging boat with lights. A good set of lights is going to output a couple thousand lumens minimum, if they don't output that, don't even bother purchasing them. We are going to base our recommendations on what we know best - our 12,000 lumen Swamp Eye Flounder Gigging and Bowfishing Lights.

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