Bad Poncho Outdoors and Blue Water LED to Partner for Project Gemini and Future Projects



With Project Gemini underway for the crew at Bad Poncho Outdoors, Blue Water LED will be a major contributing sponsor for the project. Blue Water LED is a company based out of Lawrenceburg, Kentucky that utilizes American products for superior quality.

Blue Water LED is used by some of the most proficient anglers on the water including the likes of Randy Howell, Scott Ashmore, and Alton Jones which should tell you one thing, Blue Water means business!  When it comes to fishing in low-light conditions having your boat lit up offers multiple benefits including added safety. Blue Water products will be highlighted on the Project Gemini build and other future builds, we will be featuring them on www.BadPonchoOutdoors.com and on their YouTube Channel (www.YouTube.com/BadPonchoOutdoors).

As stated prior Project Gemini is the centerpiece for the partnership. Project Gemini goes over the restoration of an older bass boat in order to show anglers that a $70,000 bass rig is not necessary to compete in today’s angling world. Project Gemini takes place using a 1990 Gemini 200DCX bass boat, originally designed by the smallmouth guru Billy Westmoreland, this boat will be reimagined by the Bad Poncho Outdoors team.

For the foreseeable future Project Gemini and Bad Poncho Outdoors will utilize Blue Water LED products.  These products will be featured in a YouTube series which will be available on the Bad Poncho Outdoors website and YouTube.

Blue Water products can be visted by visiting the following URLS:

Blue Water LED

Blue Water LED Facebook

Bad Poncho Tackle

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3 comments

  1. I Love my BlueWater LEDs in my 1991 Skeeter. Got them on the decks, the livewell, the compartments and on the transom below the waterline. Looking forward to seeing your project roll.

  2. I’ve never really been to fishing but this one is interesting, So promising! Looks awesome… 🙂
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