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    So what time is the best time to fish in the lights at night? I'll be in a sort of cul de sac cove in Offats Bayou so there cant be that much tide movement through there can there be?

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    when the bait and blowups show up!

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    am night
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    Overhead or underwater lights? Overhead, when you start hearing the popping. Underwater, when you see the shadows. The fish seem to stay away from the Underwater lights when there are a lot of people down here, but after midnight they seem to come in. I guess it is the pressure or noise.
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    By the way, not sure what you are going to use, but make it light. You don't want to chunk a top water or popping cork, it will spook them. I use a spoon or a salt/pepper Cocahoe minnow on a 1/8 jig head.
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    Tandem rigs by the edge of the lights.
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    I use chicken on a chain fished tandem . Just started using these lures and they are great

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