bait tank light...

Discussion in 'Fishing Chit Chat' started by FINADDICT*, Oct 1, 2012.

  1. FINADDICT*

    FINADDICT* SKIPPER

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    has anyone used glow sticks in a bait tank?havnt gotten the 12v hooked up yet and dont want to just put anything in there?thnks
     
  2. Bigpondonly

    Bigpondonly Bloodydecks Seafood Co.

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    Always. I just hang one through the hole in the bait tank lid.
     
  3. FINADDICT*

    FINADDICT* SKIPPER

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    cool, i would think they would kick out enough light but wanted a few opinions....
     
  4. Laukia

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    GLO-TOOB in red. Usually I just turn it on and drop it in there. If I'm together enough to remember before the tank is full, then I rig it up with a snap swivel and attach it to the drain plug on the bottom of the tank. I think the toob just rolling around on the bottom is no problem. Pretty bulletproof.
     
  5. FINADDICT*

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    glow tube?weast marine?is it 12 volt?
     
  6. Carl

    Carl Bridesmaid,,,,,,,Again

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    I wouldn't want anything bouncing around with the bait, in the bait tank.
     
  7. Laukia

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    I wouldn't want anything bouncing around with the bait, in the bait tank.

    It's heavy enough it sinks right to the bottom of the tank.

    http://www.glo-toob.com/main.html
     
  8. gerk

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    Glow sticks are the cheapest most effective way - been doing it for years, no problem with the baits and just gives off enough light to let them stay in formation...
    Steve - aka the GERK! :jig:
     

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