How does LED Fishing lures work?

When paused in water, the LED lure attracts fish through more visibility. When trolling in slowly, the LED looks like a blood trail which makes the lure imitate a hurt fish that is an easy prey. There are certain times when the LED works at its best – dirty water, overcast conditions, dawn/dusk, down deep and after dark.
During these conditions you can outcast your buddy and strike twice as much fish as. Basically, any time where the outside conditions are darker, the LED becomes brighter and more effective.
The LED is water activated - when you are fishing, the LED will turn on and when you put it back in your tackle box, the LED turns off automatically. From the cheap Sunpulse LED lures right to the more expensive Balistas, all have been tested and works perfectly.
Why the big price differences in our LED fishing lures:
It is all about the quality material and battery life of the products.
Your Sunpulse lure and other LED lure have a basic lifetime of about 50 Hours if left in water.
Balistas battery life is 120 to 200 hour life span depending on which lure you choose. They will even outlive the rechargeable lures. They are made of a better material, sharper and stronger hooks, and some have an old school rattle inside. They also have a large variety to pick from. From the small trance lure which is meant for bass and shad to the big juggernaut which will tame even your tuna.
What do we recommend:
The Balista Firestorm works great for both worlds, freshwater and saltwater.
How does LED fishing lure work:
LED lures – unlike traditional lures – light up once both hooks and hook eyelids hit the water which finishes the cycle. You cast these LED fishing lures the same as you would cast any normal lure.