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Your blob can most certainly be used in saltwater environments! However, we highly suggest removing your blob on a weekly basis for regular maintenance and cleaning. In addition, we recommend coating the blob with petroleum jelly and/or WD-40. This will help to prevent barnacles from adhering to the light. 

We offer both options. Depending on your preference, you can choose to power your blob through an outlet (three prong plug) or alligator clips (includes cigarette light plug). Can't decide? We also offer a combined three prong plug and alligator clips option. 

The blob is designed to immediately sink in water. The light's hollow, weighted design ensures that it will remain at the depth you choose without floating to the surface. 

Absolutely! Just plug it in or connect it up, drop it in the water, and prepare for a fish feeding frenzy!

Yes, we've had many customers use empty coke bottles or milk jugs to keep the blob afloat. We suggest running fishing line through the opening of the blob and then connecting it to the flotation device.

This will largely vary depending on the season, weather, temperature, and your location. In our experience, game fish typically take notice within as little as 5 minutes.

Your blob is covered by a six-month limited warranty. If it breaks within that time (assuming regular care and maintenance was provided), we'll repair or replace it for you!

Our blobs are available in 7,500, 15,000, and 30,000 lumens. 

No, this is not recommended. Although your blob is quite durable, physical damage from misuse will void the warranty.

Our blobs bring in a wide variety of fish! Here is a short list of some of the more common species that the blob has attracted:

Fresh Water: Snook, walleye, large mouth bass, small mouth bass, white bass, crappie, carp, and catfish.

Saltwater: Snappers, tarpon, sharks, and even manta rays.

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Great question!

For a 30,000 lumens blob: 150 watts.

For a 15,000/7,500 lumens blob: 120 watts.

Although our blobs do not get nearly as hot as hallogen bulbs, our blob fishing lights must be kept in water when turned on. Outside of the water they will burn up after a while.

Our blobs can certainly be left in the water year-round. However, please note that they, just like anything left in water, will need to be cleaned. For saltwater, please clean every 2-3 weeks and add vaseline and/or WD40 to keep build up off. For freshwater, just a general rinse off should do unless algae has begun to grow on it.

Here are the Approximate Dimensions

30,000 Lumens Light - 32 inches in length/2.43 inches in diameter

15,000 Lumens Light - 16 inches in length/2.43 inches in diameter

7,500 Lumens Light - 8 inches in length/2.43 inches in diameter

16 inches in length,2.43 inches in diameter