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Gort

Night fishing on Lake Alexander

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Gort    0
Gort

I'll be in the area to golf next week and am thinking about fishing Alex at night (after dark) for walleye. Just wondering if it will be worth the effort or if things are pretty much dead after dark...if that's the case, maybe I'll just go to the Friendly Inn!

Thanks.

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BrianLucky13    0
BrianLucky13

You will have better luck after dark!!!!

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Gort    0
Gort

Slip bobbers any good on Alexander?

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BrianLucky13

They used to back a few years ago when I fished for walleyes. Now I only fish for muskies so things might have changed in the last few years!!!

I know slip bobbers still work at night on Fish Trap lake next door.

Good luck!!

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Gort

Are you suggesting that I fish Fish Trap instead of Alexander?

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irvingdog

So...you're targeting bullheads, then?

No, fish Alex. Day or night, it's the better Walleye option.

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BrianLucky13

I wouldnt fish Fish Trap. Im just forced to do that somedays of the dock at night when I get bored and the muskies arent biting on Alex!!!

Alex is a very good lake for walleyes!!!

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