Underwater fish lights make a huge difference in your fishing endeavors. Instead of you going after the fish, you can now bring the fish to you.

With that in mind, it’s good to know that green underwater fish lights work perfectly with Snook and the highest quality light system would make a significant difference in your fishing adventures.

Since there are so many lights to choose from, knowledge is power. Combine the best Snook fishing lights with the best place to fish for Snook at night and a decent amount of patience and we guarantee success.

The Best Snook Lights

When searching for a great Snook light, we recommend these four options

  1. Extra Bright Quad Light System
  2. Classic Natural Green Single Light System
  3. Extra Bright Double Light System
  4. Classic Natural Green Triple Light System

Extra Bright Quad Light System

With the Extra Bright Quad Light System, you get 4 HID underwater lights running on the same control box and you’ll get to choose from three different colors.

You can choose from four different wire lengths. This is one of the top choices for attracting Snook, but it also works pretty well as Crappie light too.

With four underwater lights, it’s safe to say that you’ll light the water on fire, as it will be swarming with fish. This light system comes with a customizable placement and it allows you to easily illuminate any area, which makes it perfect for attracting Snook.

Classic Natural Green Single Light System

The Classic Natural Green Single Light System is a single bulb underwater dock light, mostly used by avid anglers and enthusiastic fishermen. It’s a very common green fishing light and on the more affordable side of the spectrum.

Single light systems add a beautiful accent to your dock and are very successful at attracting fish, as well as bait which is needed if you want to take on a predator fish such as Snook.

Extra Bright Double Light System

The Extra Bright Double Light System is a double light system with two bulbs that guarantee the attraction of both baitfish and predator fish such as Crappie and Snook.

Since it’s always better to have more when it comes to fishing light systems, you’ll probably do better with a double light system, as it does an awesome job of attracting twice as many microorganisms.

Classic Natural Green Triple Light System

The Classic Natural Green Triple Light System is truly an amazing system and is widely used among avid anglers.

With this system, it’s impossible not to catch as many Snooks as you possibly can. It works well with Snook, as it’s able to penetrate into the deep water where Snook usually resides.

These are our top 4 recommendations for Snook lights. For additional options, be sure to browse our selection of underwater fish lights today!


How Fish Attraction Works

Many people living in, or visiting, coastal areas have probably seen a fair amount of green fish lights in the water. Most assume, with reason, the color green is what attracts fish to the light. Surprisingly, that’s not exactly true!

Most fish lights, when lit out of the water, actually illuminate white. After they are placed in the water, the light turns green. That’s because these bulbs are reflecting off particles in the water. This reflection give the lights their green color. 

This particle reflection attracts small baitfish to the light. In turn, these baitfish attract larger predator fish in the area. Because our lights automatically come on every night, the larger predator fish get used to the feeding cycle, and will show up each night. 

Fish Aren’t Picky With Colors

Just because most fish lights are green, doesn’t mean they have to be. Here are Underwater Fish Light, we offer a Caribbean Blue system that illuminate an icy-blue color. Even though it is not green, the light still attracts the same amount of predator fish each night!

Baitfish and the predator fish that follow do not care what color the light under the water is. They simply care about the illumination of the particles in the water. These particles are home to tiny microorganisms that are a great food source to baitfish. So, as long as there is reflection, there will be fish!


Every Light Is Fish Guaranteed!

Here at Underwater Fish Light, we can guarantee you that even light we sell is guaranteed to attract fish! 

While fish lights seem to magically attract fish to your dock, it is actually a simple, scientific process. Any light under the water, no matter what the color, will attract fish. When lights are placed under the water, they reflect off particles in the water. These tiny little particles enhance a natural food source for bait fish. These bait fish are then attracted to the light. Once the bait fish are attracted, they bring in bigger game fish like snook, tarpon, and bass.

Some lights attract fish within minutes of installation, while others can take up to a few weeks. Fish attendance depends on your location. Even though you might not have fish the first night, the process is still the same. It just takes a little longer for the fish to find your light and become accustom to the feeding cycle. Once the fish find the light, they will be back every night. Therefore, it is important for the fish light to run on a photocell. The photocell will ensure the light comes on every night, and off every morning. After a few weeks, you will have built a feeding cycle with the fish in your area and will see them coming back. It is similar to that of a dog. If you feed him every day at 5:15, he will be waiting for his food at 5:10.

As time goes on, more fish will appear at the light. Most of them will be bigger than the ones that preceded them. These lights do more than just attract fish, they create a natural aquarium in your backyard! The best part about these lights is that they do not harm the fish or any other marine life. They enhance a natural food source for the animals as well as provide countless hours of entertainment for anyone that sees them.