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Night fishing Ray Bob #13243269 08/10/19 08:38 PM
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Anybody ever night fish Ray Roberts? Any luck suggestions?


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Re: Night fishing Ray Bob [Re: Jeepers] #13243352 08/10/19 10:13 PM
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I used to see the black light "orbs" running all the time out there in the 90's


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Yes

Summer months - same thing as I do during the day... Hit all my productive points and spots 18ft - 30ft

Good luck!

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I’ve night fished it many a times and usually catch’em and biggens, too. I haven’t done it in a couple of years but want to go back real bad. Only problem is I can’t find the time to go but still trying to work it out. We go out with a simple approach. Topwaters before it gets dark and then we’ll have a light weight t-rig and heavy weight t-rig tied on. One bait.....10” power worms and that’s it, blue fleck and tequila. Any dark bait will work, prob. We either flip cedars with light weight and topwater during low light and then when it gets totally dark go to heavy weight worms on bottom. You can’t see good enough to make precise pitches at night so flip out the big worms and drag ‘em on bottom. You’ll get your arm broke if you’re in the right areas. We’ve never had any over 10, but too many 7-9lbers to count. I love me some night fishing on RayBob. Good luck!


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