Best Underwater Fishing Light for the money in 2019. Tried, tested & reviewed
Nighttime fishing can be great fun, but you need to have the proper lighting if you want to increase your chances of catching fish. This is where an underwater fish light comes into play. These lights are specifically designed to attract fish to them to help you greatly increase your chances of not only having more fish attracted to your location, but increase your chances of landing more fish.
These submersible lights are extremely bright and admit a green light which is known to attract fish such as crappie and even squid. Regardless of whether you’re fishing freshwater or saltwater, these lights will do the trick when it comes to attracting the fish you’re looking to catch.
If you’re on the market for a fishing light or you’re just curious about what some of the best underwater lights on the market currently are, you’re in luck! Here are our picks for the best underwater fish lights for the money in 2019.
The Green Lantern Maxx by FireWaterMarine is an American-made underwater night fishing light that’s powered by any standard 12-volt DC source which can easily be achieve from most marine batteries.
The lamp itself is 25 inches long while the wire is 15 feet long. it is weighted internally so it sinks when you put it under water. However,
The lamp has a total of 300 green LED bulbs and offers 10000 lumens of brightness. Overall, it’s expected to give you the same level of brightness over 50,000 hours of continuous use.
It weighs only 2 pounds and it’s compact so it’s easy to store and bring along with you on your fishing adventures. It is industrial-grade with a design that’s fully submersible, whether in saltwater or freshwater.
This underwater fishing lamp works to attract shad, crappie, and even squid underwater as it provides 360-degrees of illumination. The zoo-plankton that’s drawn to the light attracts bait fish and soon enough, predatory fish come along. You can use this while fishing on a boat or even at piers and docks. Apart from the power cord, it comes with brass battery clips so you’re ready to hook it up as soon as you get it.
Amarine Made 180 LED Underwater Fishing Light Review
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The 180-LED Underwater Fishing Light by Amarine Made is a very small light source but good enough to attract bait fish. If you’re patient enough, the presence of bait fish around your submersible light will soon attract larger, predatory fish.
In total, this underwater fishing light weighs only 395g and is 9 inches in length. It is compact and easy to store, with no fear of breakage. It is also internally weighted so you don’t need to worry about floating or strapping on weights yourself.
The lamp is powered by a standard 12-volt battery and, as expected from most LED sources, has a remarkably low battery consumption. In fact, it consumes 8 times less power than your typical halogen lamp.
This lamp has 180 SMD super bright green LED bulbs that are arranged on five sides so you get 360 degrees of illumination. Overall, it is able to provide 900 lumens of brightness for up to 50,000 hours of continuous use.
The Amarine Made 180 LED Underwater Fishing Light comes with battery clips so it’s ready to be used out of the box.
The Green Lantern by FireWaterMarine is a submersible night fishing light that’s powered by any standard 12-volt battery, such as the one you’d find on your boat or car.
It comes complete with wiring and brass battery clips so you can hook it up as soon as you get it.
This is a smaller version of the Green Lantern Maxx. Although its wire is also 15 feet long, the lamp is only 7 inches. But, that small lamp is filled with 65 ultra-bright green LED bulbs.
The bulbs are arranged to provide 360 degrees of illumination and, in total, the lamp offers 2000 lumens of brightness. It is meant to give you up to 50,000 hours of continuous use.
This basic FireWaterMarine Green Lantern works as an excellent fish attractant. It is fully weighted so you don’t need to worry about floating or mild currents. Like the Maxx version, this is an industrial-grade underwater fishing light that can be fully submerged in both freshwater and saltwater. Because of its compact size, it is easy to store and transport.
The LED Submersible Underwater Light by Linkstyle is generally used as a fish attractant. The lamp itself measures 6 x 1 x 1 inches and has 8 panels of LED bulbs to provide 360 degrees of light.
It contains 120 SMD super bright LED bulbs and offers 1000 lumens of brightness. Like most LED lamps, this underwater light is rated to give you up to 50,000 hours of continuous illumination.
The Linkstyle LED Submersible Underwater Light is powered by any 12-volt DC battery (such as the one that powers your boat or car). It comes with two battery clips and draws 10.5 watts of power. The wire it comes with is 19.2 feet long so you can cast it pretty deep in the water, should you ever need to.
This underwater fishing light is fully submersible in both freshwater and saltwater. It boasts an industrial-grade design that keeps the lamp safe both in and out of the water. At the bottom of the lamp is a ring so you can attach your own weight and keep it from floating or being dragged by the current.
The submersible fishing light by Lightingsky has 5 panels of LED bulbs that are arranged to provide 360 degrees of illumination. In total, it has 180 SMC super bright LED lights and provides 1080 lumens of brightness.
The lamp uses 10.8 watts of power from standard 12-volt batteries. It is meant to have a remarkably lower battery consumption, especially when compared with your typical halogen lamp.
It has no metal parts so it’s safe to use in saltwater as well as in freshwater. However, some customers recommend that you re-seal each end with silicone before your first use in order to really make sure that you don’t get any water in. While that’s good practice for any submersible lamp, it shouldn’t be a requirement.
The Lightingsky Submersible Fishing Light comes with a 16.5-foot power cord and two battery clamps. It is self-weighted so you don’t need to attach a separate weight. Because it illuminates in a bright green color, it attracts bait fish, squid, and prawns. It might take quite a few minutes or even an hour or two, but soon enough, the smaller fish will bring in the bigger game for you to reel in.
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