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    Finally got a chance to go night fishing and I didnt get the results I was looking for. First spot we set up in 15 fow near a ledge that went to 25 fow, after about 2 hours we saw very little bait and didnt get any bites. So we packed up and moved to a nearby brush pile in 17 fow, bait fish arrived in about 35 mins swarming the boat, but after another 2 hours still no bites. The wife got restless so we packed it all so I stayed out of the doghouse. Not sure what was the cause of no bites but I will just have to try again another time and try different spots. I enjoyed being out on the water with the ole lady and star gazing. It was a beautiful and bugless night to say the least. I appreciate everyone's input on getting me setup and started in night fishing. I guess Lake Jordan was just being finicky that night. Better luck next time. Tight lines.
    Did you fish in the light or in the shadows just beyond the light? When I am fishing for crappie under lights I always fish just beyond the circle of light. I cast beyond the light and slowly bring it back to just outside the edge of the light.
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    Try dropping a 1" to 1.5" soft plastic flick tail style jig straight down to the bottom and retrieve it very slowly back to the top. We find this to be very productive in our area. One turn may take a minute or two. You want the tail to jiggle as bait would do. Take your index finger from the hand holding the rod and slightly tap your rod to make the jig jiggle. Works for us! Try black, pink, chartreuse or a mix of two colors .

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