LED fishing lighting is a relatively new market segment in product application. Conventional MHL (Metal-Halide lamp) has issues of high power consumption and radiated heat, and it is harmful to fishers working in a long time and being close to the lights. Moreover, the issue of conventional light sources having high power consumption results in a burden of fuel consumption to a power generator. More than that, traditional fishing lights are exposed to critical environments of high/low temperature, high humidity, and high salinity. Thus, it results in shortened product life of LED drivers and inevitably increases overall maintenance expenses. With a view to the benefit of lower cost on maintenance, using centralized power solution would be a choice in the long run.