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Can you catch king mackerel overnight?

Asked: Matt, Last Updated:

They can be caught with live baits anytime, but trolling artificials at night is a losing proposition. Kings generally feed near the surface at dawn, dusk and night. In bright sunlight they feed somewhat down; on rainy days or overcast days the fish will feed near the surface all day long.

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    4. The wound should not be taped or sewn together.

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