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Hello everyone, i am new to the site. My name is Tim and i live in South Carolina. I have a tournment this weekend which will involve some night fishing. I have never had a whole lot of luck with bass at night, so my question is what works? All information and advice is greatly appreciated.

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Any lures that are noisy, have lots of vibration, or dark lures.  If you can find a light off of a boat dock, try a worm, grub, or senko.  I night fish alot, and have caught bass off spooks, spit'n images, worms, senkos, jitterbugs, pop-rs, YUM buzz frogs, and so on.

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Welcome Aboard.

CLICK HERE for a previous thread and also click on the link in my post there for a real good one!

This is a topic we cover pretty frequently.  Use the search option and you'll find many many articles.  use the term "dark side" also.

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Try to find some clear water and the cooler the water,the better.Do you know what the baitfish are doing right now?Do you know where the biggest concentrations of bait are at the moment?Those should be things you try to find out BEFORE the tournament starts.You can eliminate water that way.Eliminating water is part of the battle.

Whatever you throw,if you can add a rattle to it,do it.Add a bigger colorado blade to a spinnerbait.If you have faith in Berkley Power worms,use them.Or spray your baits with some attractant.....just do anything you can to help the fish find your bait.

If you know of any deep offshore brushpiles,make sure to hit them at some point during the night and dont be afraid to check them more than once......let us know how you do and welcome to the forum.

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