Have you caught any fish at your light that you’re super proud of? Well send us a photo so we can add you to our Brag Board! The Brag Board is available to be viewed on our website as well as a physical brag board in our office! At Underwater Fish Light, we strive to create a community of people to share their greatest memories while enjoying our lights! If you send a photo in, you can even be featured on our Social Media pages! 

Check out our Brag Board here and send us your favorite photos to Info@fishlight.com !

If you have an outdoor aquarium that needs some lighting, you should know that lighting up your outdoor aquarium is a process that requires some knowledge and skills.

In fact, the survival rate of your invertebrates, corals, plants, and fish depends on the intensity, correct spectrum, and quality of light. With all this in mind, here are a few very useful lighting tips for your outdoor aquarium.

Three Types of Aquariums

There are three types of aquariums:

  1. Fish-only aquariums
  2. Freshwater planted aquariums
  3. Marine reef aquariums

Now, the main point of designing a proper lighting system for your aquarium is to duplicate natural conditions as much as possible.

Since all lighting systems generate heat, the trick is to find the right balance between the heat and the cooling requirements so that you avoid disturbing the natural balance of your aquatic life.

The location of the aquarium also plays an important part, as it needs to be located in a temperature-controlled room.

Lighting Tips

For fish-only aquariums, a power compact or a standard fluorescent system will do just fine with simulating a day-night cycle.

On the other hand, freshwater planted aquariums need something stronger than a standard fluorescent lighting system. The plants need full-spectrum light, so going with underwater dock lights might just do the trick.

It’s extremely important to match your plants with your lighting system to increase their survival rate. For marine reef aquariums, it’s recommended that you go with the highest quality underwater light systems, as most invertebrates and corals need light for their nutrition.

Some corals require low levels of light, while others require higher levels. The higher the level, the stronger the light system you’ll need. Double and triple light systems work like a charm with this type of aquarium.

Underwater Fish Lights

Underwater fish lights are an excellent option for outdoor aquarium lighting, especially when it comes to fish-only aquariums. You can choose from single, double, triple, and quad light systems that will surely ignite your outdoor aquarium without disturbing its natural equilibrium.

These systems provide unique fish tank decorations and are highly customizable to better fit your needs.

Underwater fish lights are the perfect addition to any aquarium and are one of the finest and most unique fish tank decorations. While providing enough illumination to ensure your aquatic life thrives, underwater fish lights don’t generate much heat and, therefore, don’t require any specific cooling.

This makes underwater fish lights the best lighting option for your outdoor aquarium. Transform your outdoor aquarium lighting today with Underwater Fish Light today!

Fishing at night is very popular among avid anglers and professional fishermen, as most of them actually prefer to fish at night and the promise of a rich catch is much bigger. Then, there’s the fact that people work all day, so they need a bit of relaxation to get their much-needed peace of mind. While you’re at it, why not catch a fish worth bragging about?

Well, just like humans, most fish don’t see very well in the dark. That’s where green fishing lights can help. Fish need to rely on electric signals, vibrations, and smell to see in the dark and find food.

If you give them another source of light like saltwater fishing lights, you greatly increase your chances of attracting and catching plenty of fish. Here are a few tips on how to use your night fishing light setup to get the catch of the day:

Use the Light to Attract the Fish

To make the best use of your fishing light, you need to perfectly anchor your boat. It needs to be completely silent and stationary, as moving and swinging will do more damage than good. You can head out on a boat, but you can also fish off a beach. As long as you have your night fishing light setup, you’re sure to catch a few fish.

Adjust Your Night Fishing Light Setup

Make sure that you can adjust your night fishing light setup to an area where fish can easily approach. Knowing the areas where fish come to feed will do the trick. Make sure that your perfect spot has enough adequate reefs, logs, and other fish hiding spots.

Proper Depth is Mandatory

Setting your fishing light at a proper depth is mandatory if you want to fish with success. The water needs to be deep enough for the best effect. You don’t want to set the light too deep or too shallow, and you also need to set the light so that you can easily make adjustments to high and low tides if you’re fishing in the ocean.

The More the Merrier

Two lights are always better than one. If you choose to fish with multiple lights, you’ll increase your chances of going home with a big catch.

So, if you have that chance, use two underwater green fishing lights and make sure that you pay attention to the proper spacing between the lights. The distance should be around 3-4 feet to get the perfect light radius and lure in prize catches.

Get started with Underwater Fish Light today!

As one of the leading companies in the underwater lighting business, we get this question a lot. Fortunately, when it comes to choosing a color, there is no wrong answer! Any light in the water will attract fish. You don’t need to worry about the light being green! Even our Caribbean Blue Systems attract immense amount of fish! Any light, no matter the color, will reflect off microorganisms in the water that will bring in bait fish. These bait fish will eventually attract the attention of some great predator fish! No matter what color you’ve chosen, you’ll see some fish! The only thing that should dictate your color choice would be your water clarity. If you have murky water Vibrant Green system with a 250 Watt bulb will work best for you!

This month, we are featuring one of our favorite lures, the DOA bait buster! The bait buster is popular among our team members that love fishing their lights at night. The bait buster is great for catching bigger snook or tarpon that tend to hang around the lights. DOA is a great brand that continues to come out with awesome lures, but the classic Bait Buster is still a great weapon to have in your tackle box while hunting for those big snook. 

Check out the video below for more information on the DOA Bait Buster! If you’re interested in grabbing some, just click here!

For some, “fishing in the dark” might have a different meaning, but for us, it’s about reeling in the catch of a lifetime! 

If you like fishing off your boat or off a pier, the 12-Volt LED system is perfect for you!

These lights will come equipped with battery clips, for easy connection to your 12v power source, and are intended to be used as a 12v portable solution to attract fish in just about any waterway. While no 12v light can compare with the awesome power of our HID systems, these lights finally enable those without access to AC power to attract fish with great effect. Our dedicated dock light systems are self-cleaning and specifically engineered to be left in the water for years. They automatically turn on at dusk and off again at dawn. These LED Fishing Lights are designed to be used while actively watching or catching fish, and stored when not in use. If you’re curious as to why we do not offer LED dock lights, click the link below to learn more.

Many of our customers use these great lights for lobstering! Watch the video below and see for yourself!