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We now have 2 lines of fish magnets. The Recreational Unit is great for docks and boats. It is
made with aluminum and impact resistant plastic and has the same life expectancy of the
original commercial grade LED Fish Magnet.
The Commercial Unit is brighter because it is lighted on all 4 sides. It is great for commercial
boats & lighting large areas. Units come with FREE 12 volt battery connections.
Add 110 volt connection to cart if you prefer a plug-in model.
SpectraLite's Submersible Green LED Fish Magnet mimics the bioluminescent of aquatic Light
for long term submersion. It's unbreakable and capable of depths up to 100 feet. Make your
dock or boat a haven for fish and enjoy a lifetime of incredible fishing.
Our IP 68 rated LED's can be left submerged in water indefinitely. Barnacles will attempt to
attach in saltwater so the unit should be cleaned weekly if leaving them submerged 24 hours
a day. The LED's themselves will last over 50,000 hrs or 17 years at 8 hours of usage a day.
The SpectraLite LED Fish Magnet comes with a 1 year warranty.
. Certain creatures in the sea can produce light through chemical reactions taking place
within their bodies known as Bioluminescence. The bioluminescence results from a light-
producing chemical reaction also called chemiluminescence. Certain types of chemicals
when mixed together produce energy which ‘excites’ other particles on vibration and
generate light which causes the glow. The group of chemicals involved to make plankton
glow are broadly termed luciferins and the light is produced by a series of oxidation
reactions set off by a catalyst called luciferase. The bioluminescence in plankton is very high
in several forms of Plankton and is a form of cold light or luminescence.
Plankton consists of any drifting organism (plant or animal) that inhabit the oceans and
provide a vital source of food to larger aquatic organisms such as fish. A vast range of
plankton, both zoo plankton and single-celled animal plankton are known to be
bioluminescent. Bioluminescent plankton occur in all the world’s oceans.The most common
of these are Dinoflagellates which are tiny unicellular marine plankton also known as fire
Dinoflagellates are the most common source of bioluminescence in our oceans and the
chances are the sparks flying off your oar, the bow or wake of your boat are billions of tiny
dinoflagellates or copeopods. These creatures get their name by their ability to swim by two
flagella, which are movable protein strands attached to their bodies.