I had the opportunity to get out last night by myself and look for a few fish after dark for some up coming trips. I seen real quick that these fish get into a different gear when the sun goes down and it gets dark, and I do mean "DARK". There was no moonlight, just a few lights from some of the surrounding docks, but the fish didn't seem to mind at all. They just couldn't stand the "thumping" of a big Choo Choo Spinnerbait being slow rolled through deep grass. I got to enjoy this for a couple of hours and decided to go home to get some rest since I had seen what I came here to see. It's "HOT", but when it gets dark the fish kick into another gear and they will absolutely "SLAM" a big spinnerbait at night. It's fun, get out and enjoy it. Mike Carter [Linked Image]
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