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Charging Glow lures?

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Good luck fitting a 11" paddle in that dumb thing, lol.

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For paddles we attached plug in black lights to the inside of a plastic toolbox. Plugs into boat power outlet. Didn't take a genius, So you may have a shot! :lol:

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Yep, great advice. The light works great!

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We just use led light in a white bucket. Just dump in the stuff you want charged. It's been our experience that a dull glow is better than a bright glow on anything but flashers. We have spent a bunch of before light mornings in the last 2 yrs experimenting with this.

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I bought some led black light uv strips and attached them in a cheap Stanley plastic toolbox. Then wrapped whole inside of toolbox with "mirror" vinyl wrap for maximum light reflection. Works like a charm.

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The problem I have is this: When I buy a spoon I take it out of the package and throw the package away. Then, I have NO IDEA what color it is, if it is glow, if it is UV, or what. 

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5 minutes ago, garrymny said:

The problem I have is this: When I buy a spoon I take it out of the package and throw the package away. Then, I have NO IDEA what color it is, if it is glow, if it is UV, or what. 

If its early morning and still kinda dark just hit the box with a flashlight for few seconds....you'll see which ones are glow

 

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