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Using Green Led Shrimping Lights

Discussion in 'Shrimping Chatter = Anything To Do With Shrimping' started by Nautical Gator, Oct 24, 2015.


  1. I don't know squat about shrimping so I find all of the info presented interesting and very informative.
     
  2. John Reid

    John Reid Powder Monkey

    Good information for us new to the shrimp game. I'm getting the materials together so it is great to have info on how to most effectively use them. I like the anchor rope idea. Thanks for sharing you knowledge
     
  3. Dale McGuire

    Dale McGuire Pirate

    Excellent info for everyone
     
  4. Bjohnson

    Bjohnson Newbie

    Has anyone used the green and white Gator Lights? I always hear everyone talking about the green but no others...
     
  5. Nautical Gator

    Nautical Gator Forum Captain, Moderator, Peacekeeper Staff Member
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    yes the Green and Wright combo lights work great.

    However I like using Both single GREEN and single WHITE lights which work great and complement each other.

    I use the white lights both at the further most Left and right sides of the boat, whether port or starboard, or bow and stern, depending how you anchor up.

    and I deploy all the green lights in-between the white lights. This will help heard the shrimp into your kill zone.
     
  6. Bjohnson

    Bjohnson Newbie

    So the kill zone is over the green usually?
     
  7. Nautical Gator

    Nautical Gator Forum Captain, Moderator, Peacekeeper Staff Member
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    No the kill zone is toward the center of the boat where you will be dipping
     
  8. Bjohnson

    Bjohnson Newbie

    I see. I'm still trying to figure out the light/dip method. All I have done is baiting and cast net shrimping. I should go to the boot camp...
     
  9. Aquaman183

    Aquaman183 Pirate

    When I use my green lights for shrimping I just see smaller speckled sea trout, ever see slot sized ones?
     
  10. Nautical Gator

    Nautical Gator Forum Captain, Moderator, Peacekeeper Staff Member
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    Yup and landed them, I use a hook, swivel no sinker and free line a live shrimp around the light
     
  11. Reiash622

    Reiash622 Greenhorn

    We have always used lanterns when shrimping off the bridge and bright led lights off the boat. We have seen several people use the green ones. Anyone have pros cons between the white and green? Is one better than the other durring diffrent water conditions?
     
  12. riverhoggz

    riverhoggz Newbie

    I've seen some home made led lights in a few bait shops they are selling. Expensive for one 10 inch 5 star led apparatus made out of pvc. 179$. white in a star pattern. Any good?
     
  13. Nautical Gator

    Nautical Gator Forum Captain, Moderator, Peacekeeper Staff Member
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    http://www.gatortough.com/
     
  14. CUTR

    CUTR Newbie

    Havent tried the light thing yet. Usually just castnet them. Seems to be good science.
     
  15. Nick Pulaski

    Nick Pulaski Newbie

    Finally just got some lights really looking forward to using them having trouble finding lights that float though
     
  16. Nautical Gator

    Nautical Gator Forum Captain, Moderator, Peacekeeper Staff Member
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    http://www.gatortough.com/
     
  17. Jeepster

    Jeepster Boatswain

    Great info. Time to herd some "three biters".
     
  18. Nick Pulaski

    Nick Pulaski Newbie

    Yes really want these lights hopefully tax time I can buy 2 but in till then I have to figure something out
     
  19. Snukes

    Snukes Newbie

    Particularly liked the anchoring info.thanks..
     
  20. Rmatos

    Rmatos Newbie

    Extremely helpful post. Thanks
     

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