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Fishing after dark

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Probably gonna go out on Friday night after work. Wounldn't be fishing until after 10. I was thinking Little Rock, or does anyone have a close lake that would be worth a shot to try some night fishing. Species doesn't really matter. Or some lakes that typically don't have a night bite to avoid. Thanks

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I used to fish little rock last year. But I haven't been back there. Last year I caught a 34" northern. On Fridays I travel a little further north for the night bite like Alexander.

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