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Encyclopedia > Fishing light attractor

A fishing light attractor is an underwater light that can be used to attract fish of many species, including baitfish, and larger fish. It depends on the type of water (fresh or saline) to determine the species to attract. These lights produce a lot of heat, which is why they do so well as fish attractors. Prism splitting light Light is electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength that is visible to the eye, or in a more general sense, any electromagnetic radiation in the range from infrared to ultraviolet. ... Atlantic herring, Clupea harengus, the most abundant fish species in the world. ... A falling water droplet Water (from the Anglo-Saxon and Low German wæter) is a colourless, tasteless, and odourless substance that is essential to all known forms of life and is the most universal solvent. ... In chemistry, salt is a general term used for ionic compounds composed of positively charged cations and negatively charged anions, so that the product is neutral and without a net charge. ... In biology, a species is a kind of organism. ...


It is also known as a Green Light, or Green Fishing Light. It is called that because of the hue that it gives off, and the color of light that reaches the surface of the water.


Use of such lights for catching fish is unlawful in some jurisdictions, but is perfectly legal in others. It is not only used for catching fish, but can also be an aesthetic way to have a natural aquarium in your backyard waterway.


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Fishing light attractor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (249 words)
These lights produce a lot of heat, which is why they do so well as fish attractors.
It is also known as a Green Light, or Green Fishing Light.
Use of such lights for catching fish is unlawful in some jurisdictions, but is perfectly legal in others.
Richard B. Russell Dam & Lake - Fishing (1855 words)
Fishing from the bank (shoreline) or from a boat is permitted in most areas of the lake except at boat ramps, courtesy docks, off bridge, water intake structures, and any other area marked as restricted or prohibited access.
Fish attractor maps are available from the Russell Dam and Lake Office and are typically shown on navigational charts.
Fish may briefly move into this zone during early morning or late afternoon to feed when light is decreased and food is abundant, but most of the time fish will be in deeper, cooler waters.
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