Since March 18th, 2021, shipping prices and PVC prices have increased significantly which forced us to stop production on many of our Flounder Lights which use long pieces of PVC.

For those of you who have DIY skills and have the ability to build your own Flounder and Bullynetting rigs, we continue to offer our FlounderPro 4400-X2 (40W Dual Color COBs), FlounderPro 4400-X2 Handheld Kit, FlounderPro 2850 (30W Single Color COBs), and Accessories needed to build your own light rigs using PVC parts purchased locally.  We will also continue to offer our FlounderPro 13,000-X2 Light Head Assembly which comes with everything but the vertical shaft and our FlounderPro 13,000-X2 Trolling Motor Light which mounts to most trolling motors. Our aluminum Mounting Bracket will be out of stock until Spring of 2024.

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How to Build Your Light Setup

Hands down, our AlumiGlo FlounderPro 4400-X2 (40W Dual Color COBs) are our most popular lights for flounder gigging and bully-netting.  These small compact lights produce more overall lumens for the money and can be easily mounted to fit any size or type of boat.  The lights utilize a watertight anodized aluminum housing which into a 1.25” Schedule 40 female fitting.  Their small size allows them to be mounted and aimed in any direction using different PVC fittings. Having the ability to simply aim the small light at different angles allows you to illuminate the water from the left front corner to the right front corner of the boat while only using a few lights.  Since the light uses a single 40W – Dual Color LED, you don’t have to worry about solder joints vibrating loose and multiple LEDs going out over time. These lights are for below water use only!





If using your own power-cord, we recommend using 16-gauge wire when coupling (3) lights together. Due to amperage overload, we do not recommend using more than (3) lights with one power-cord. For more information see our Wire Gauge Chart


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