Hey fishy fishy!

Posted on Fri March 1, 2013.

The Vaal Nest Boutique Hotel is a popular destination for the connoisseur fisherman who wants to use our luxurious accommodation whilst fishing at the Vaal Dam in the Vaal Marina area. With only an hour’s drive from Johannesburg it is easy to pack your fishing gear and break away for a weekend!

Hey fishy fishy! Are you trying to attract fish to your bait? Then you should try using the perfect fishing light!
Just as fisherman seek conditions where the chance of catching fish is optimized, fish seek areas where the chance of catching their food is optimal. Most game fish seek waters that are rich in food such as smaller fish, insects or shrimp. And, it follows, that these smaller fish, insects and shrimp congregate where their food is most concentrated.
Scientific research shows that all members of this food chain have eyes sensitive to the colors blue or green his probably evolved because the water these animals live in is blue or greenish in color.
Fish and some members of their food chain have color receptors in their eyes optimized for the light of their “space”. Eyes that can see a single space color can detect changes in light intensity.
It has been known for a long time that a light attracts fish, shrimp and insects at night. But what is the best color for a light attractor? Based on the biology of visual receptors discussed above, the light should be blue or green — the space colors of fish and members of their food chain.
The perfect fishing light would have the following properties: 1) high intensity, 2) emit its light in a color similar to the fishes space (blue or green), 3) be powered by a portable electrical supply and 4) be submersible.
Source: Wikipedia