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Ice Sleeves Glow in the Dark

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Im looking for a glow in the dark ice fishing hole sleeve. Ayone know where i can get one.

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Milaca Unclaimed Freight

They are reasonable and they work well.

They have all kinds of accessories for fish houses.

DL

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What are they made or do you know how they work?

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I love mine, I prefer to fish in low light and with the glow in the dark sleeves I can see the bobber so even if I am not using a rattle reel I have an indicator. And they are really nice if you fall asleep and wake up and have to tinkle you can find your way out and not step in a hole!

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They are a sleave that you charge by keeping them out in the sunlight. Then when the lights go out, they glow blue. They put out enough light to see your bobber. They are made out of plastic. They fit tight into the hole cover frame, which is nice, especially in the summer you don't have to worry about critters getting in there.

Muc may be able to answer this, but I do not know how long they last. I so know it is quite a while though, cause I saw them glowing in the garage before I went to bed and they were still glowing a bit in the A.M.

DL

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