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Bright green submersible lights during DAYTIME?

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Anybody tried this for attracting bass baitfish?

 

Green should still bring in the plankton eaters even if it only covers a smaller area right?

 

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Daytime green light? 

 

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I expect putting a brush pile in the water would be a more traditional way to attract bass. 

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It would be dependant on how deep the light was submerged during the day time. The thought that plankton is bright green isn't correct, you maybe confushing plankton with algae? Both zoo and phyto plankton tend to be nearly transparent. 

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7 hours ago, WRB said:

It would be dependant on how deep the light was submerged during the day time. The thought that plankton is bright green isn't correct, you maybe confushing plankton with algae? Both zoo and phyto plankton tend to be nearly transparent. 

Tom

Phytoplankton/cyanobacteria etc. 

It's the color that supposedly draws bait fish at night. Should the same no hold true during the day?

 

Depth probably around 30 ft. Or less depending on brightness and water clarity 

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