BBK wrote:Fog + Spotlight does not work.
Get one with a cig lighter adapter and then wire in a female electronics (cig port style) to your boat.
cluckmeister wrote:Opendoor, Ill make a suggestion to you, find a Rayovac Indestructible 2 AA 100 Lumen Flashlight . These things put out a beam that's unbelievable. Theyre about the size of a duck call and I have mine on a call lanyard. I bought mine after a buddy showed me how well his cut thru fog and mist. The batteries seem to last a long time also, Ive set decoys 11 times and the light is still super bright. Also one of our hunting buddies is a city police man and after he saw how good of a beam these flashlights put out he replaced his gigantic 5 cell which always was a big pain in the ass with this one and now carries it in his pocket. I bought mine at Home Depot for 14.99
open door wrote:I bought a hand held spotlight from Bass Pro Shops and when I opened it, the instructions said it only ran for a couple of hours and had to be recharged which took like 20 hours. Does anyone know of one reasonably priced that will last several hours and when it's recharged it doesn't take so long? I need one to use duck hunting and will run it at least one hour each morning, need one to cut thru the fog and see logs in the creek. Thanks
open door wrote:I the instructions said it only ran for a couple of hours and had to be recharged which took like 20 hours. Does anyone know of one reasonably priced that will last several hours and when it's recharged it doesn't take so long? I need one to use duck hunting and will run it at least one hour each morning,
10gaOkie wrote:In all of the years I have duck hunted, I can say I went through a boat load of spotlights and found none that I was really happy with including the ones that run on a 12v car battery. They all had their problems. Not long ago, I placed a link on DHC just like you did and someone suggested I try a particular model light. I picked one up and have never been so happy with a spotlight. It is made by either Stanley or Black & Decker. I found out in the process that they are the same company. The stanley version is yellow and the B&D is red. I got the red one a Walmart for $49. and it is a rechargeable. I have used it so far on about a dozen hunts and have yet to have to charge it. The light is LEDLIB Lithium ion LED Spotlight. You can find it on Amazon too. PM me if you have trouble finding it. It might seem pricey but worth every penny! As everything else on the market seems to be junk.
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