I fish a shallow river that is 3-400yds wide in most places. It has plenty of sandbars and submerged obstacles to hit when running at any time, and the channel is often less than 20ft deep and winding. I can run it fine during the day with my mud buddy motor because I can see obstacles ahead of time and run fast enough to stay planed out, but I cannot currently see well enough to run planed out speeds and feel safe at night. Fishing smaller narrower rivers I can see fine with my current lighting, but with the wider river I cannot see the channels twists very well. I have 2 RAM mount lights, and 2 55watt automotive driving lights on removable mounts on the front to use, as well as a 3 million candlepower spotlight for my passenger to use. I installed a stand up handle and can run the motor standing to see better safely. I use GPS to lay a trail in the daylight and follow at night, but it does not refresh fast enough to work in the bad spots. I very rarely see other boats running the river at night, and few in the day because of the difficulty of navigating this river. Most flathead fishing on this river is done with setlines baited in the daylight, but I would like to figure out how to see well enough to get around at night without beaching the boat regularly, anyone have any suggestions of what I am missing?