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I grew up on Lake Michigan and we use to night fish all the time. It was a normal thing done out there.

Since fishing Lake Ontario I have never done it and I don't ever see boats out there doing it.

I know some guys do it for walleyes along some parts of the lake.

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I've never had luck with Kings after dark... Not saying it can't be done just saying it hasn't worked for me

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I've fished in the dark. Not all night but definitely pitch black. seem to mark a bunch of fish but they don't seem to bite.

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In fisherman did a series on night time kings,. They Caught a ton so I gave it try very effective with glow. It's really crazy hearing your line screaming in darkness.

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Id only go at night if it was going to be relatively calm out. Just my 2 cents.

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Last summer We tried our hand at it we had a great evening so we decided just to fish into the night we were running 6 rods 2 rigger 2 dipsy 1 copper 1 leadcore we decided it was best to keep it simple and run 2 riggers in the night before we had a chance to pull any rods we were locked we decided wed fish till we had no lines left in the water every lure we had out fired the only pattern "if it dont glow it dont Go". I am a firm believer in the night bite now we ended the evening/night fish with 8 kings and a rainbow for a 4hour fish.

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I'm trying to maximize the amount of water time for tomorrow and sat. Does anyone fish at night? Can it be productive?

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Walleye yes, kings and trout no.

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