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Just wondering if anyone has success in colder water night fishing.  50-60 degrees.

I am a huge night time bass fishermen, i love it.  But ive noticed that in the spring and fall when the water cools, i have many nights without one bite at all. (water still crystal clear)

There is a forest preserve next to my house with a quarry and i sneek in there at night and fish, done it since i was 8.  When the water is warm, the bass act like they have never seen a hook before.  But when the water temp cools, the fishing in the daytime gets better and worse at night.  :-?

i fish corestponding tactics as i would daytime just different lures, anyone else have this problem? or anyone else nightime fish in cooler water?

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I also love night fishing, but if I were you I would find something better to do with your time than try to catch fish at night when the water is aroun 50 degrees. Around 60 degrees might be ok, but I've tried several times when the water is in the low-mid 50's and it's almost impossible, IMO.

Of course if you're just looking to get out of the house and get some fresh air, by all means. However, I wouldn't go in with any expectations  :)

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first post here

haha

I night fish alot for bass early in the year

water temp where i fished last weekend was about 55 degrees (100 acre lake)

I managed 40 bass on single colorado blade spinnerbait and un-weighted senkos

they'll eat, just give it time

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haha

I night fish alot for bass early in the year

water temp where i fished last weekend was about 55 degrees (100 acre lake)

I managed 40 bass on single colorado blade spinnerbait and un-weighted senkos

they'll eat, just give it time

Geez, steel Joe I would love to know where that is, I don't live very far from you.

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