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irishwalleye

rope lights

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Ive seen them on numerous places here and found them all over the NET but whats the best place to buy so lights for my ice shanty for next year.

and what would be the best way to light my boat up when night fishing...

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gander mountain has them, thats where i bought mine

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I bought some 12v LEd strip lights on the world wide web and they are pretty bright. Try Hong Kong.

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I saw a 20 or 25' strip at costco in coon rapids for $20.

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besthongkong.you know the rest..... 48cm strip led light is all you need they are awesome super bright,waterproof and cheap!

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    • TNtoMN_HuntFish
        Well it didn't take long for "that guy" to show up.    It shouldn't be too difficult to understand why I'd rather fish for trout than buy them at the store...   Do they holdover though? I thought that was a lake stocked right before freeze up and then all but completely fished out after the Winter opener. 
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