Not really worth your time. Possible yes, but nothing like during the day.
Hybrids however, if they are in your lake that connects to your creek, they will bite at night on live blue gills, gizzard shad. On occasion, cut shad, live crawdads from fiesta, and sometimes the tail meat section with shell still attached, blue gills won't be able to eat the meat when the tail shell is still connected. Find the deepest holes.