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Flounder Light made from 2600
This is my FlounderPro 2600 walking light I bought
the other day. 1st flounder.  I'll take more pics and
video.  Just wanted to show you it's maiden voyage.
Nick
SuperBrite 4800 Fishing Light - Dock Light
Courtesy of Paul Shabo
Courtesy of Paul Shabo
Courtesy of Cary Lanley,  Al
Courtesy of Dallas Shack
Courtesy of Dallas Shack
Multiple DockPro 3500's
Courtesy of Tim Lloyd
DockPro 3500
(1) FlounderPro 2600 and (2) FlounderPro 1300
Courtesy of Rock Stone
Typical Floating Rig
(1) FlounderPro 2600
Courtesy of Bob Fabian
Terry's Kayak Rig.
Went independent this time with .750 PVC instead of
running all the way with 1.25. Used threaded irrigation
holder bases but drilled them out to accommodate a .
750 threaded PVC irrigation riser(1.050). It’s easier to
get the wiring for 2 lights thru .750 and it seems stout
enough to handle the load far as I can tell.
Trader Jake's Rig
Tom Langan and son showing their catch
DockPro3500  Green
DockPro 3500 and two Magnum's lighting up Dock and water!    Bring on the Smelt!
Courtesy of Rick Paone, Boston
Courtesy of James Ashcom
An easy way to mount your flounder lights without drilling holes in your boat.
Made with 1.25" Sch 40 PVC T's
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Pondless Waterfall using DockPro 3500
Courtesy of Brad Hughes
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Nice bunch of Crappie using a SuperBrite 2400
Courtesy of Dave Mayfield, Austin, TX
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Courtesy of Ricardo Ramirez, , TX
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PVC rig using a FlounderPro 2600
Courtesy of Brian Mauldin
Courtesy of Dan Miller
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SuperBrite 4800
Courtesy of LU Rodas
Nice bunch of Flounder
Courtesy of Jim Ashcom and Eric - Navarre, FL
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PVC gigging rig using (2) FlounderPro 1300 lights
Courtesy of David Boelte
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PVC Float
Courtesy of James Ashcom
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Courtesy of Craig Entzminger
Courtesy of Hatch Dickey
PVC frames are inexpensive and easy to make!
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FlounderPro 5000
Courtesy of Rich Yoder
Courtesy of Marc Boone
Courtesy of Legend Builders
I just wanted to take a minute to thank you for such a great
product. I purchased the SB 2400 in Green, and just got to
try it out Saturday July 14th for the first time. caught well
over 100 fish. Mostly Crappie, but also guys have other
“Crappie” lights, but nothing like this. We actually had
boats from across the lake doing
The quality is first class, and it really lights up the water.
Shipping was fast, and delivery was ahead of schedule.
Packaging was secure and substantial enough to prevent
damage. I plan on purchasing a second unit for the other
side. Clients will love this!
Typical Light Setup around an Ice Shack on Gull Lake, MI
Pictures from Matt Vaulkner, Kalamazoo, MI
Ice fishing for Smelt using a SuperBrite 2400
Chris Wade
Bow Fishing Pictures
from Rich Yoder, Oley, PA
Bow Fishing Light Rig
Front Bow Fishiing LIghts
BowFishing Light Rig
Bow Fishing Trophy!
We Crushed em
Rich Yoder
Big Flathead's shot by
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Using DockPro 3500 for interior lighting
Jon Gozzo - NH
PVC Setup using (8) 10w COB LED       
Courtesy of Jim Ashcom and Eric - Navarre, FL
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8 COB Flounder Rig
Courtesy of James Ashcom
FlounderPro 2600 - PVC Rig       
Courtesy of Michael Couture, Palm Bay, FL
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(2)- DockPro 6200       
Courtesy of Randall Rouse,St. James City, FL
DockPro 6200       
Courtesy of Dylan Severn
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FlounderPro 5000       
Courtesy of Jeff Carroll - FL
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Courtesy of Jeff Carroll - FL
DockPro 6200 Dock Light
DockPro 6200     
Courtesy of Charlie Saliba
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First Flounder Trip     
Courtesy of AW Yelvington
FlounderPro 2000
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FlounderPro 5000 Rig     
Courtesy of Dwane Hahn. Texas
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3-10W COB Flounder Rig  
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Flounder Rig using FP2600 and FP 5000  
Courtesy of Caleb Couture
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John Juenger's  Flounder Rig!
Thought I would send you a couple of pics of your lights on my flounder
boat.  Had used above water lights for years and knew the value of below
water lights but could not find quality lights in the US.  I currently run both
when the chop is not to high.  The advantage of the underwater lights is
that you can flounder away from the shoreline when the wind picks up !!