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I have fished a lot on t-bend with my friend at night. he fishes a long point that extends into the lake. I have noticed as the moon rises and falls he will follow the moon around the point staying on the brighter side of the shoreline. If there is any moon at all he will do this. Is this habit or do you think there is a reason ?

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The light from the moon illuminates the bait against the surface for more contrast making it is easier for the bass & angler to connect.

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wow I never would have thought of that. I love this site.

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I have fished a lot on t-bend with my friend at night. he fishes a long point that extends into the lake. I have noticed as the moon rises and falls he will follow the moon around the point staying on the brighter side of the shoreline. If there is any moon at all he will do this. Is this habit or do you think there is a reason ?

What did your friend tell you, I assume you have asked him/her ?

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