While Green Light has become very popular in recent years, fisherman caught millions of fish
using White Light for many years before
Green Light was available.  We have tested both White
Light and
Green Light and have found both colors not only attract fish, but there are times when
one color is better than the other.  If the bait fish aren't gathering with the color you are using, you
may want to think about changing to another color of light much like you would change colors of
lures if the fishing was slow.
So Which Color of Light is the Best Color to use?  Which color of light to use can vary on a nightly
basis.  The key to attracting any species of game fish is attracting the bait-fish.  Once the
bait-fish come to the light, the game fish will be close behind.  We recommend trying both White
Light and
Green Light to see which light attracts the most bait-fish.  If you are using one of our
new
SuperBrite -X2 lights you can use Green Light, White Light or Both colors at the same time,
which may also work better in some conditions.
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