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Postby bobglen » Thu Jun 09, 2011 4:31 pm

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June 2, 2011

We had the opportunity to take the Reel Lite 408 LED up to the lake over
Memorial Day weekend. The light performed without any problem. We
removed the alligator clips as we had discussed on the phone and connected
it to a DC converter and timer so that would come on each night around 9 PM
and stay on until 2 AM.

The number of fish that collected around the light was unbelievable! There
where hundreds of bait fish, perch and Bass around the light.

We first placed it in 8 foot water at the bottom of the lake and it illuminated the
area perfectly. On the last night we moved it to the dock in about 4 foot of
water and it was like looking into an aquarium with all the fish around the dock
the light attracted.

I tried to get you some pictures but couldn't inactivate the flash. This caused
a reflection on the waters surface so that you couldn't see the illumination
from the light. I'll try again in a few weeks with another camera when I get
back up the house and try and get you some good pictures.

Thank you again for making the modifications to the cord to allow us to move
it further from the dock and into deeper water. It worked just as I had wished it would.

Sincerely
Bob Stippel
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Re: Testimonial

Postby bobglen » Sat Jun 11, 2011 8:56 am

Thank you, Matthew from Lakeside Tx for your two orders the 510 Led and 306 Led.

They will be shipped Monday via Priorty Mail
Enjoy
Bob


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Postby allingeneral » Wed Jun 15, 2011 6:42 pm

bobglen wrote:Thank you, Matthew from Lakeside Tx for your two orders the 510 Led and 306 Led.

They will be shipped Monday via Priorty Mail
Enjoy
Bob


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Postby bobglen » Thu Jun 16, 2011 8:13 am

"We have had a couple different ones from Cabalas and
Academy, but I really like the one we ordered from
Reel-Lites.com. He makes them with LEDs instead of fluorescent.
It was much brighter than the comparable fluorescent ones. My
cousin actually ordered the light that we are using. We plan on
getting a couple more. They are much brighter and much more
efficient. Great Product!" Adam Hueske

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Re: Testimonial

Postby bobglen » Sat Jun 18, 2011 8:56 am

"Hey Bob, sent you a pm but your box is full.
I just ordered the 510 After seeing how bright the 100 is I'm fixi'n to LIGHT UP THE NIGHT!!!
Great product and a great guy to deal with... Thanks" ( Crappie 1 ) Larry..
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Postby bobglen » Tue Jun 21, 2011 8:21 am

Went to belews this evening to try out my new light from BobGlen on here. I know its early but I got the fever. Got set up and started catching little ones in 28 ft of water over brush. Caught a few more just under the 10 inch mark. Then finally about 9:00 a good hit. Thought it was a bass. This nice 13 incher. It seems like it has been hard year this year catching them. Learned a few things tonight to take back next time. Water temp was 81 degrees. Felt like bath water.

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Postby bobglen » Thu Jun 23, 2011 7:39 am

Bob, my light came today(Wed) already. You sent it Mon. I went out to the boat and plugged it in, and I could not believe how bright that thing is. And to think I have the first 612 LED that you have produced.

I'm leaving tomorrow for my trip to get married & fishing for a week or so. I already got the light packed and will let you know when I get back. I can't thank you enough for letting me "Water test" it. All I can say is-THANKS !!! (Crappie 1 ) Larry..

PS Anybody that fishes at night should have one of these lights. Bob will send you a high quality product-for a fair price-and you'll get it quick!!


New with clamps or plug
612 L.E.D.s
2.40 amps draw
3,120 Lumens - 122,400k
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20 L x 1 1/2 R
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Re: Testimonial

Postby bobglen » Thu Jun 30, 2011 9:08 am

"We have had a couple different ones from Cabalas and Academy, but I really like the
one we ordered from Reel-Lites.com. He makes them with LEDs instead of fluorescent.
It was much brighter than the comparable fluorescent ones. My cousin actually ordered the light
that we are using. We plan on getting a couple more. They are much brighter and much more
efficient. Great Product!" Adam Hueske Member
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Re: Testimonial

Postby bobglen » Thu Jul 07, 2011 8:50 pm

There is a Reel Lite just for you, from 100 to 1,224 L.E.D.s

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Postby bobglen » Sat Jul 09, 2011 12:43 pm

"Bob, we are finally starting to catch some Crappie under the light. We had 2 that were big, almost in the boat, and they fell off. We did get some smaller ones,

I sure love the light. It not only shines around where your fishing, but on the other side of the boat too. Can't believe how bright it is.

I had it in the water 10 minutes and had "critters" swimming all around it, then the minnows came in, then the Crappie. My wife & I really had fun. Were starting to learn a little better." Crappie 1

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Postby bobglen » Wed Jul 13, 2011 8:34 am

"Bob I got to tell you, I needed to take the guide on's off my
boat trailer. I had my light hooked to the boat battery 15
Min. After it came out of the box. I got under the boat and
laid the light beside me, I had all the light I needed to UN-bolt those guides.
That light is really bright. I can't wait to get out night fishing with it.
I'm impressed and happy with it!" Aka Crappie 1
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Re: Testimonial

Postby bobglen » Thu Jul 21, 2011 9:11 am

"Does everything you would want it to.
Battery never knew it was there........" azslabber
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Re: Testimonial

Postby bobglen » Fri Jul 22, 2011 10:11 am

"If that 612 LED light can attract in that muddy
waters I want to see what it will do in clear water!
I'm headed to the trout waters next week!" Tim



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Re: Testimonial

Postby bobglen » Tue Jul 26, 2011 3:23 pm

Putting together Reel Lites videos shared by friends.
Also in two weeks there will be a fishing tournment featuring "Reel Lites"

If you have videos or pictures with Reel Lites contact

bob@reel-lites.com

In the meantime here are some videos all listed on the website (Under construction)
Some of the videos where takent the same night with 3 different lights

http://www.reel-lites.com/Videos.html
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Re: Testimonial

Postby bobglen » Sun Jul 31, 2011 10:06 am

Got these last night using a Reel Lite 612 green. Batteries were dead in the camera, so had to take the pictures when we got home. This is my wife of one month, (Crappie ll) she's holding a 13"er. Fish bit at dark, then nothing after, quit at 12am.

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