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Do fish bite lures at night?

Asked: Juan Carlos Salima, Last Updated:

Hear this out loudPauseIn general, fish the same areas at night that you are finding fish during the day. Bass won't move long distances just for the night. The lures I use most at night are spinnerbaits, topwater, jigs/plastics, crankbaits, and swimbaits. ... They can be fished at any depth, in most cover, and appeal to inactive fish at night.

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