One thing I love about this time of year is that I have time to go fish with my buddies. What’s cool about this year in particular is that the water temps have remained mile enough to keep the Trout bite going strong.
Last night I had some buddies go with me to catch some Trout at night. I’m happy to report that the bite was good, but not as good as it was a month ago. We caught plenty of fish, and to be honest, we could have caught more but some of haven’t seen each other in over two years and the conversation often caused us to ignore the fishing.
St. Simons Island has quite a few lit docks, while Jekyll Island doesn’t have very many. Brunswick however, is a Mecca of lit docks especially around downtown and around the Turtle River and Buffalo areas. If this is something you have never done, I suggest trying it out.
The key is to find docks that hold at least some fish during the day. Once you have located them you can return to them at night. If they are lit they should have a larger concentration of Trout around them after dark as the bait congregates in the light.
I fish the docks no differently at night than I do during the day.