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Fishing at night.

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I think that the general consensus is dark i.e. blurple, black etc. at night. Bombers, swimmers, needles fished slow. When you think it is slow enough, slow down. But as a caveat, I could be wrong.

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I think some of it will depend on where you are. Use the search function, particularly in the forum for where you are, that should help.

 

I like black and blurple.

 

My one piece of advice for night fishing is get a headlamp with either a red or green lens or light. It'll save your night vision and won't blind you or anyone you're fishing with.

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The rule of thumb seems to be darker stuff at night, lighter during the day.

 

Truth is there are so many variables it doesn't always apply IMO.

 

Pick stuff you can work slow at night and you'll be good.

 

Once you give the dark hours a fair chance, you'll wonder why anyone fishes during the daylight. smile.gif

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save the pencils til first light. try dannies and bombers/redfins, needles, rigged sluggos. black is always good but yellow can be jsut as good at night as it is during the day

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agreed. I've done well with white on some nights that everyone else got nothing on black. Difficult to say which plugs to use, definitely depends on water depth, waves, wind, rock or sand, prevailing bait, ...

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