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#6837122 - 07/28/17 04:57 PM Feeder light options
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What is the best bang for the buck these days?

I need to light up an area

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#6837187 - 07/28/17 05:31 PM Re: Feeder light options [Re: Brother in-law]
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The solar flag pole lights on Amazon have dropped under $30/per and they put out plenty of light.
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#6837603 - 07/29/17 01:05 AM Re: Feeder light options [Re: Brother in-law]
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If you're looking for on the Market, I will put mine up against any out there as an overall for value, durability, set up time, brightness for visibility, and anything else you can think of for a baited hog light. Thats why they are the only lights on the market with a 3 year warranty and a 30 day money back guarantee. Not trying to sound cocky just giving my input as to which I think is best on the Market in the most non biased way possible. We back it up and anybody is more than welcome to try them out with that 30 day money back no questions asked guarantee!






In the middle of a 12 day filming spree right now and the video of the light in action will be out in a Week!
With that said I have shot pigs by taping a flashlight to the feeder, trailer brake lights and several other ways. If you are only referring to on the market Feeder lights ours it taking it by storm with over 1700 sold 1 return because fed ex broke it and 100% 5star reviews. I have had several people come to me with the case that sniper can beat it and we will know this sunday as we are putting it up against the sniper set up at a non biased outfitter. Video to come for that. I will say the sniper set up is close to $400 and ours is $199.99 for the outfitter. Our best value by far is the zero maintenance sportsman's light at $79.99. Not really looking for a debate very busy just throwing out my input and letting you know you can try them risk free!


Edited by KeithTT (07/29/17 01:06 AM)
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#6840620 - 07/31/17 08:05 PM Re: Feeder light options [Re: Brother in-law]
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I am using the Sportsman light from Spot-On Outdoors. Has a dual lighting mode and is really bright when it goes to 100%.

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#6840909 - 08/01/17 03:05 AM Re: Feeder light options [Re: TX0303]
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Originally Posted By: TX0303
I am using the Sportsman light from Spot-On Outdoors. Has a dual lighting mode and is really bright when it goes to 100%.


Same here and working good.
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#6841129 - 08/01/17 08:58 AM Re: Feeder light options [Re: Brother in-law]
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TX0303 & Samsamthemex thanks for the endoresments. I really appreciate it!

Brother-in law, Go ahead and head over to my site and if you purchase, use Promo Code: Dan and get 10% off plus free shipping.

Promo Code obviously will work for any other THF'ers as well.
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#6842504 - 08/02/17 11:52 AM Re: Feeder light options [Re: samsamthemex]
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Originally Posted By: samsamthemex
Originally Posted By: TX0303
I am using the Sportsman light from Spot-On Outdoors. Has a dual lighting mode and is really bright when it goes to 100%.


Same here and working good.

Awesome guys post pictures when you get a chance
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#6843859 - 08/03/17 10:09 AM Re: Feeder light options [Re: Brother in-law]
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#6843862 - 08/03/17 10:09 AM Re: Feeder light options [Re: Brother in-law]
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#6843863 - 08/03/17 10:09 AM Re: Feeder light options [Re: Brother in-law]
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Cell phone pics so not the best.


Edited by TX0303 (08/03/17 10:12 AM)

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#6844224 - 08/03/17 02:39 PM Re: Feeder light options [Re: Brother in-law]
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#6844230 - 08/03/17 02:41 PM Re: Feeder light options [Re: Brother in-law]
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Assembly Videos:

Sportsman - https://youtu.be/MZxe_NisjZM

Outfitter - https://youtu.be/jyNyEQMm4MQ
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#6844400 - 08/03/17 04:40 PM Re: Feeder light options [Re: Brother in-law]
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I build my own, but for what is mass produced that "Outfitter" light looks really nice. I prefer a full power dusk to dawn but there isn't much commercially made due to the panel and battery size needed. I would avoid any generic motion light that goes from darkness to light as I have seen many big hogs stay clear of that type.

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#6844534 - 08/03/17 06:43 PM Re: Feeder light options [Re: glocker17]
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Originally Posted By: glocker17
I build my own, but for what is mass produced that "Outfitter" light looks really nice. I prefer a full power dusk to dawn but there isn't much commercially made due to the panel and battery size needed. I would avoid any generic motion light that goes from darkness to light as I have seen many big hogs stay clear of that type.

Yessir. You are correct, 30%-100% is as close as we could get and make sure the light would still run all night. With the light already on at 30% before motion is detected it doesn't seem to bother the Hogs as much. Especially since they stay condition to it coming on and powering up on motion every night. The Sportsman is little in size but don't let that fool you it will light up some serious area. I'm at the hunters Extravaganza show in Houston but when I get back to the hotel I will post a pretty sweet picture I took the other day.
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#6846357 - 08/05/17 12:01 PM Re: Feeder light options [Re: Brother in-law]
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Can't go wrong with the night bright hog light fro keith Aikens outdoors

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