Wisconsin Angler Puts HPS Floodlights to Work
When Aaron Rebholz goes out on Little Muskego Lake to do some fishing, the murky water can’t hide the carp swimming just below the surface because he installed five HPS floodlights on the bow of his boat.
“These lights are awesome,” he said. “They penetrate the murky water better.”
Rebholz said reducing glare is important for bowfishing, which is another reason he likes the HPS floodlights.
“They create less glare off the water than halogen and LED,” he confirmed.
Rebholz runs the 150 watt fixtures off a generator he positioned aft on his 14-foot Alumacraft® boat.