There are 1000 acres of pasture and wooded land I have access to. It's in central, east TX. I'm thinking about setting up something to attract all different kinds of bugs in the middle of the night out there. I remember seeing a few shows on the Discovery Channel where they hung up a sheet or something like it and shined bright lights on the sheet to attract insects. I remember an old thread on the AB too where they basically used the same method. I may do this in April or May. I know the perfect spot. The spot is a small clearing on the side of a hill overlooking a couple of ponds surrounded by woods. Anybody have any suggestions about how I should set it up? I have my own ideas but maybe I can get some better ideas. One problem is that there isn't a outlet for electricity out there. Maybe I could use my truck battery or something like that. I remember a converter I saw in a store, so I could get 120v out there with my truck, maybe. Maybe a generator but I don't like the noise from most generators. What kind of lights? What's the least wattage light I should use? Should I light up both sides or does lighting up one side serve the other side too? I mostly have large beetles and the giant silkworm moths in mind, but it should all be good.