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It is a known fact that ‘Fish’, are attracted to light and bright colors. Some of our customers, who are avid fisherman, told us that by adding bright colors with a dash of glow paint in certain parts of their fishing lure or tackle, increases their chances of fish taking the bait.
Secret to creating a good fish bait is by trying to imitate how a real fish appears in the day and in the night. In the day, most fish appear brightly and randomly colored. In the night, certain areas of the fish scales either reflect light or glow in the dark.
You can create your own glow lures by purchasing regular lures and repainting them using our glow powder technology.
Luminous powder technical methods:
You need to use our photoluminescent powder to make glow paint
First, prime the surface with a white background. Once dry, apply the glow paint over it either by spraying or brush painting. The whole fishing lure does not have to glow, only certain areas does.
How to make glow paint？
1) Material Preparation: Mix glow powder with transparent paint for increased application possibilities.
2) Mixing Ratio: The recommended mixing ratio is between 30%-50%. For a better glow brightness, the ratio can be adjusted to 1:1, as more glow powder leads to a brighter glow.
3) Application: Use a brush or spray gun to apply luminous paint to the surface
4) Charging: Expose the painted surface to a light source for full light absorption.
Best glow in the dark paint to use for fishing tackles and lures would be glow paints in the Ultra Green or Ultra Blue Range. You can also use glow paints in other colors. These paints might not glow as bright as those in the ultra range, but using a mini UV light to charge up the glow on these fishing tackles, just before fishing, would solve the problem.