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jseverson77

night bite slipin?

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jseverson77

Hey guys question for ya. I know the name of the game for night fishing this time of year is trolling the shallow rocks but how about throwing out a cork? I'm heading up tomorrow night around the big point, shaws reef area and thinking about just relaxing and watching the light ups go down. Any ideas on depths or type of bait?

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RumRiverRat

With the new moon the night bite might be slow.

Walleyes are less effective predators at night around the new moon.

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jseverson77

ya it might be slow but it will sure beet doing anything else i can think of

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walleye29us

I bet you will catch fish corkin. Sounds fun! I think you always have a chance at a few corkin around big point. Good luck man! Report back.

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