fishing light attractor
an underwater light used to attract fish including both bait and larger fish. These lights also produce heat, which helps in the attraction. Variously legal or not depending on jurisdiction. Also called green light or green fishing light from the colour emitted

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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