Glowstick fishing

Discussion in 'Misc Fishing Tackle Talk' started by FlatGetter, Feb 28, 2006.

  1. FlatGetter

    FlatGetter New Member

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    Ive learned that you can freeze your glowsticks, they usually only last a trip after, it saved me money.
     
  2. catmando

    catmando New Member

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    hey thanks for the idea ill guive it a shot
     

  3. Rajun_Cajun

    Rajun_Cajun New Member

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    well i have recently become really really really intrested in glowsticks. but hahah i will try fitting in our deep freezer haha. my mom would get pretty pissed if she opened the freezer door and there came a fishing rod. lol but will they last after that or not?
     
  4. Deltalover

    Deltalover New Member

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    My kids tell me that freezing them will give them new life (with the bracelets anyways)! I have not tried it!
     
  5. pendog66

    pendog66 New Member

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    i will use the glow sticks and take them home and put them in the freezer. The problem with this is that i always forget i have them in there, so one day i opened the freezer and i had like 20 glowsticks in there:mad: Its a great idea as long as your not an idiot like me and go out and spend money forgetting where you put them
     
  6. lawnman61

    lawnman61 New Member

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    I use the electric glow stick that I hook up to my boat battery and submerse it to whatever depth I need to attract bait fish and other types of fish. It usually attracts the crappie and perch. That way I catch different fish while I'm catfishing all at the same time.
     
  7. catfish joe

    catfish joe New Member

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    good idea i will have to try that
     
  8. YeeHaw

    YeeHaw New Member

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    That is a a really good idea i'll have to try that too.
     
  9. SangamonCatKiller

    SangamonCatKiller New Member

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    I think he is using them as a bite detector on the end of his rod, instead of bells, bait alarms etc,.
     
  10. lawnman61

    lawnman61 New Member

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    I already knew that , but I was giving him a different option.
    Thanks anyway. :)