I have a pair of lumitech seablaze x2 in blue that are fairly bright for the $.
You’ll find that you’re kind of limited as to where you can mount them on a twin engine sailfish, there’s stringers and other stuff in the way in the bilge. On my old boat I had put a pair of seablaze 3 between the engines as that was the easiest spot to install, but those model lights weren’t that bright and the engines blocked a lot of it.
On the current boat, the guys that rewired it put them above the trim tabs which kind of annoyed me, but they do seem to have a better spread in that location.
I only really use them for night fishing, i really don’t like to cruise with them on at night...they reflect inside pretty strongly and wreck my night vision. I wish I would have bought green for my waters.
mdebonis11: specifically in 241cc model
Jan 15, 2021 8:57:40 GMT -5
edkath: What is the common width used for boat lift bunks for a 2019 Sailfish 245 DC?
Feb 1, 2021 16:56:31 GMT -5
fishnfool: ed you might try posting this up top for better visibility.
Feb 5, 2021 13:11:04 GMT -5
gig3: Hello, Seaman Rich, in central Florida just purchase a 1996 17'-6" CC Sailfish and looking for advise and knowledge from all.
Feb 8, 2021 16:51:48 GMT -5
fishnfool: Welcome Rich. Congrats!
Feb 9, 2021 21:08:45 GMT -5
finatic: Closing in on 700 nice, minus one we lost one.
Mar 1, 2021 12:08:52 GMT -5
rjkuenning: Hello, My name is Bob and I am purchasing a new 2021 245DC. I boat in the Cleawater Florida area.
Mar 2, 2021 16:10:46 GMT -5
fishnfool: Hi Bob, welcome and congrats. Posting up top in the forums will get more visibility. I lived in Seminole as a kid when my dad was stationed at MacDill. Good memories of pier and beach fishing.
Mar 2, 2021 17:32:44 GMT -5
finatic: One more to hit 700, who we could of thought.
Mar 6, 2021 15:33:50 GMT -5
finatic: One more to go to hit 700 members who would have thought
Mar 6, 2021 15:34:23 GMT -5