Glows very well, break at afew points for it to be brightest.
Does what other glowsticks will do.
Of course only for night fishing especially if you are using floaters If you know how to fish, you will know how to use this. Stick it in the foam float or tape it with a straw to your line or your rod to see if any fish has bit I like it. Will get more ... Read more
Compared with the glow sticks that I used before 10-20% brighter 2 times cheaper and packing of 10 sets - more suitable for me one or two of glowsticks was not fully sealed and leaks. If it leaks, internal liquid stain and dissolves some types of plastic. Be careful when using (leaked glowstick better throw in trash). plastic connector or clear duct ... Read more
They glow pretty well, I broke the glass in 3 places though to make the whole of it glow and so it would glow at its brightest. I watched one of them glow for over 50 hours before it died :P It may attract fish, especially if you're fishing on the ice during winter when it's very dark under the ice. There's not any proper construct how to attach this ... Read more
They have to be folded strong, thy will not start to glow by accident.
You can watch them glowing for days, when it's really dark.
I'm not a fish, but I really like them. ;-)
Very bright for their size. You cannot have enough of them.
They can be dangerous for you - if you are a fish, or you eat it.
they could be cheaper, as always, but price is okay.... Read more
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