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Got My Lights Built! Not Bad For A Rookie!!!

Discussion in 'Shrimping Equipment' started by Ken Boone, Feb 10, 2017.


  1. Ken Boone

    Ken Boone Senior Forum Member
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    I bought some eight pound weights for them. I didn't like the idea of trying to make a cast and pouring lead. Likely would have hurt myself at some point in that process.
     
  2. Ken Boone

    Ken Boone Senior Forum Member
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    That's where I got them.
     
  3. frank jowers

    frank jowers Pirate

    Thanks Ken, I will check the web site out
     
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  4. stewartfan1970

    stewartfan1970 Newbie

    Looks like a quality build. Great job!!!
     
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  5. jmobley3404

    jmobley3404 Junior Member

    Very nice light. I took a shortcut and purchased lights from Amazon. They were cheap ~$25, I'll see how long they last. Probably going to regret it.
     
  6. Ken Boone

    Ken Boone Senior Forum Member
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    If/when you need to replace, the Gator Tough lights are the best quality you can find. A bit more, maybe, but lifetime guarantee against leakage. Can't beat that.
     
  7. AL KEARCE

    AL KEARCE Boatswain

    Nice job Ken, looks about like a GT light.
     
  8. Keith

    Keith Pirate

    Im Fixing to start my lights. Yours look great.
     
  9. Laterthebetter

    Laterthebetter Greenhorn

    Those look really good.
    How many do you need to fish for shrimp?
     
  10. Specialist

    Specialist Mate

    You only need a minimum of one light to catch shrimp. I usually use 5 in an arc when I anchor my 17' boat sideways to the current in Oakhill. Check out my setup in the drone picture section. The more area you can see and reach, the more shrimp you can catch.
     
  11. CaptDanS

    CaptDanS Greenhorn

    Let us know how they work.
     
  12. Nautical Gator

    Nautical Gator Forum Captain, Moderator, Peacekeeper Staff Member

    If you read Kens reports you would know how many full pulls he got last year!
     

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