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Shrimp light deployment

 You may want to Deploy your Shrimp Lights

by using the following diagrams to deploy your lights,

and the shrimp will boil up in front of your boat...


It's pretty easy, and self explanatory!!!

 Proper Gator-Tough™ Light Deployment

For the River in a Fast Moving Current.


You can  Deploy your Gator-Tough™ lights in the River with a fast moving current, to boil shrimp up in front of your boat and into the KILL ZONE!!!

Where you can dip net them up out of the water and into your boat!

as the following diagram shows!

 Proper Gator-Tough™ Light Deployment

In River with a fast moving current


 You can  Deploy your Gator-Tough™ lights in the River with a fast moving current,


only with the lights on one side of your boat... and at the Bow and Stern...

I like to anchor my boat up sideways

as the following diagram shows!

Proper Gator-Tough™ Light Deployment

For the (RRB) Railroad Bridge - Titusville


 You can place Gator-Tough™ lights all the way around your boat,

mainly because there is no current at the (RRB) Railroad Bridge - Titusville

I like to anchor my boat up sideways,

as the following diagram shows!

 These are just some of the Shrimp I have caught with our Gator-Tough™ Shrimp Lights, they were taken at random to display for you to see what's out there for you to catch...

If I can catch them so can you!!! (Click on photos to Enlarge)

ANCHORING

in Rocks or Structure...

 When shrimping in areas that have rocks and structure,  using one or two anchor method, it is a good idea to use a Anchor Lift Rope attached to your Anchor...  This will avoid you from loosing your anchor in the rocks or structure! Since the water when shrimping is only 12 ft or less...


The lift rope goes on the back side of the anchor and lifts the anchor out backwards...

as the following diagram shows!

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 I went out Shrimping with ShrimpNFishFlorida using my Gator-Tough™ Shrimp Lights, and we took the following Shrimp close-up photos of the Shrimp we caught to share with you!!!

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The Slideshow Photos below; From Actual ShrimpNFishFlorida™ Members Posted Shrimping Reports... Using GatorTough Lights™

 Proper Gator-Tough™ Light Deployment


For the River in a Fast Moving Current

Bow into current...


Diagram following shows four light I use Six!!!