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What is best most productive time of day to fish ?

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Blackfish and Fluke do not bite in the dark.

Striped bass avoid light.

Bluefish become active at sunrise.

Largemouth Bass feed heavily at sunset.

 

The most productive time of day to fish?

That would be the time when your line is wet, and the computer is at home.

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Anytime you can get to the water ;)

 

Yep....take the nights when you can get them...adjust for tide, wind, swell, bait migration, etc. as needed. :)

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The first rule of SOL, and fishing in general, is that everything works sometimes. You can test that rule as many ways as you want. I still prefer to fish for stripers at night.

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The first rule of SOL, and fishing in general, is that everything works sometimes. You can test that rule as many ways as you want. I still prefer to fish for stripers at night.





Same here I just thought I'd add something not in here already:D 


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Originally Posted by Sweetwater View Post

The first rule of SOL, and fishing in general, is that everything works sometimes. You can test that rule as many ways as you want. I still prefer to fish for stripers at night.





I'll third that, on all counts. I've caught keepers at sunset, after dark, and in mid-morning in the sun. I like to surf-cast from a little before sunset until as long after dark as I can last because... it's more peaceful. There's an objective reason for you. : >)


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