Steve Clark, Houston TX.
Steve has been one of the Bait Snakes biggest advocates. Steve packed it to go on his vacation to Roche Harbor Washington. Steve has sent the Bait Snake (along with a proprietary 12v battery set up) in the trap down to 400 ft more than 20 times catching larger qty and larger shrimp using this system. He has now started doing the same thing for crabs and we are anxiously awaiting his results.
Roger Brown, McKinney TX
Roger one of our Kayak fisherman has also been a great supporter of the Bait Snake. Just take a look at the photos here to see what he was able to do jsut paddeling around a local Marina at Lake Texoma.
"My friend and fishing team partner Henry Shipes and I received our Bait Snakes and have positive initial impressions. We kayak fish and these seem like they are going to be great for use on the yak. I literally had them handed to me by the mailman as I was going out the door for a quick evening fishing trip and opened the package on the water. Although we didn't get a chance to use them but for a short time, we were able to attract bait almost immediately........and this was on Texoma in 25-30FOW so we expect shallower and a more lengthy trial to be even better. Will continue to post results and impressions as we use them more. So far, so good."
Jeremy McClendon, Rowlett TX.
"The Bait Snake is Awesome! First night out with it I caught the two largest catfish of my life on a rod and reel. One 17 and one 15 pounder plus some bonus eaters. Can't wait to do it again."
The Bait Snake was designed to give fellow anglers the edge when their out on the water at night, without breaking the BANK.
Our unique neon green underwater fishing light attracts a feeding freenzy. This light will cause a chain reaction-a natural feeding cycle. The plankton will swarm the light inviting small bait fish, minnows, shrimp, and shad to feed on them. This in turn will bring in what you are looking for......THE PREDATORS......Depending on season, temp and weather conditions, just drop the Bait Snake™ down to desired depth (NO WEIGHTS NEEDED) and hang on, the fish will come to you. Just take a look at a few of our customer reviews below and check back often to see what else our customers are catching with the Bait Snake™.
Jared Lankford had this to say about the Bait Snake.
"My wife and I used our bait snake for the first time this past weekend at Cedar Creek Lake in Trinidad, TX. We placed the bait snake in about 3 ft of water (lake level is about 3-4 ft low right now), just off of the side of the boat dock we were fishing from, and casting out to about 9 ft of water. Immediately after dropping the bait snake in the water we saw a ton of baitfish surrounding the light. We fished for 2 nights for a couple hours each and caught a total of around 50 catfish of which half were keepers. We’ve never had this kind of luck fishing from the dock until we used this light. We would recommend this light to anyone that night fishes!!"
Scott Fink From Alabama
"Love the baitsnake! Used other type lights in the past, floaters and submersible, they were garbage. Most fishing lights are a pain to transport and store. The snake light rolls right up and can be easily stored in a gallon zip lock in any boat compartment. Bright lights, started seeing bait fish within minutes of being in the water. Used it on the Coosa river in Alabama to nab some good summer time slabs mostly around bridge pilings. Looking foward to my next trip gonna run them down in some standing timber. I will post those pics soon as I get to go. These lights can be used for other things too. Sometimes at night I plug them up and drop them in opposite sides of the pool, the kids love it, lights up the whole pool. Awesome lights for the money ."
Ryan John from Australia
"Took out the bait snake for the first time yesterday thanks to Huy Nguyen. the sun was rising at this stage so we couldn't capture the glow as much. The snake attracted the plankton and since we were targeting squid for kingy bait we drifted squid grounds. the squid would swim to the light staying on the dark outer so we were able to drop the jigs straight off the back of the boat and 3 of us bagged out."
Brad Hole from Seattle, Washington
Some friends and I got out last night to Seacrest Pier in West Seattle for some squid fishing. Six of us hugged the corner of the pier with a crazy LED Contraption hooked to a car battery - Eddy's light could have lit up a marina. I was testing out a cool product called The Bait Snake which is a fully enclosed strip of Green LED Lights. It looks like a glowing green banana in the water and the squid seemed to like it. The great thing is that you can attach the Bait Snake to a small 12volt battery (I have a few that I swap out in my fish finder in my kayak) and extend the 40 ft cable down into the water. Surprisingly enough, it doesn't drain a lot of power. I plan on trying this out on my kayak soon.
We had our lines in the water for about ten minutes and I was first to pull a couple of small ones. At one point in the eventing we watched a school of squid break water at the surface! The larger ones moved in a bit later that evening. Usually when one of us hooked up, so did the guy on either side of him. Within a couple of hours we had around a quart of squid each. Not a lights out squid outing but still a lot of fun.
Leon Galllaher from Windsor, New South Wales
Hi Ken, I think I had used the Baitsnake for everything other than what it was intended like lighting my fish crate and also the kayak cockpit. It even seen Christmas carols with my daughter lol. Last night, I finally got to a desired location for its first swim. I have several good photos but the 2 videos I took, will blow your mind! I also managed to take one during dark and one at first light so got varying conditions to show too. It's brilliant!
Kelly Wayne Woodward and his son Michael Woodward
got the job done on Lake Anna in Virginia catching 20 striper 16-18 inches under the slot. So these went back in to grow, 20 crappie and 10 catfish. They cant wait to headed back out to catch more!
Enlightened Outdoors welcomes Kevin Caudle to our Pro Staff team
When he's not out hunting coyotes, you can usaually find Kevin out on the waters around Gum Pond, AL giving guided fishing tours for crappie and stripers. Check out his Alabama Outdoor Adventures facebook page here.