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NIGHT BITE?

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hows the night bite been? we are going out at 8:00 tonight and wondering what to expect, bugs and fishing wise. any info is helpfull,thanks

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was out last night out of terrys...bugs, so thick they almost carried the lightest guy off the boat!!!! the fish,dispite the cold front that came through that day(friday) and the bug hatch...i was still impressed at the quantity of fish caught. lots still over the 20inch mark, but who cares really? what a fishery

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went out fri. and the bugs went away after midnight. the fishing was great! I limited out in 30 mins, what ablast. thanks for info

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Where and how did you fish if you don't mind my asking.

ON a side note, anyone know how fishing off the flats at night has been.

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we were on the flats, using bobbers and leeches. they were holding pretty tight on the edge. good luck smile.gif

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