Ok, Here is my question. I use a lot of glow jigs as I do get more fish with them over non-glowing jigs for eye's. I see these little glow sticks that you can put on your line in front of your lure. Have any of you used these with stick baits like rap's and how has it worked for you? I started using them on slip bobbers and they work great for a lighted bobber and you can used the size bobber you need not just the few size of lighted bobbers out there. Thanks for your help.
Not a big fan of the Northland glow sticks they are week and half of the time they don't glow at all for me, I can't remember what brand I use I'll check and get back to you on that they come in a green pack and do they glow bright and long.
I have had great success on Red Lake using Glow sticks, I usually set the glow stick about a foot above my jig, on URL when the Crappies are feeding and aggressive it attracts them to my area, often they will come in and focus on the Glow stick and all I do is bring my jig up a foot and wham, slab on the ice.
They work good for making a lighted bobber and for the tip of your pole while night fishing "summer" also.
Here is a 2 pounder from Red Lake caught on this technique.
If you've got short, stubby fingers and wear reading glasses, any relaxation you would normally derive from fly fishing is completely eliminated when you try to tie on a fly. ~ Jack Ohman, Fear of Fly Fishing, 1988