Sea Trout at night on lures

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Sea Trout at night on lures

Postby RockySXC » Thu Oct 11, 2018 4:05 pm

Is it possible? I have tried but no luck yet. Any help much appreciated, not looking for marks just what if anything works...

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Re: Sea Trout at night on lures

Postby chuckaroo » Thu Oct 11, 2018 10:17 pm

Have seen bass caught in pitch darkness from the shore on lures and sea trout caught in pitch darkness in rivers on the fly, to the point were you can't see what you are casting into at all its that black. Can't see why it shouldn't work, especially if it's a bright night and the water is clear; would have every faith that it should.
Mind you, sea trout can be a deadly fickle fish!
Also know that small shiney metal spinners work well.
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Re: Sea Trout at night on lures

Postby RockySXC » Fri Oct 12, 2018 9:26 am

chuckaroo wrote:Have seen bass caught in pitch darkness from the shore on lures and sea trout caught in pitch darkness in rivers on the fly, to the point were you can't see what you are casting into at all its that black. Can't see why it shouldn't work, especially if it's a bright night and the water is clear; would have every faith that it should.
Mind you, sea trout can be a deadly fickle fish!
Also know that small shiney metal spinners work well.

It is Bass that i am targeting in general and night is best for Bass, just some of the marks i fish you can hear fish jumping regularly but i cannot connect with what i am assuming is trout...

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