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Anyone been out at night?

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I haven't tried at night yet this year. I was wondering if anyone is doing well at night.

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is night bowfishing even open?? runs till aug sometime only on selected body of waters??

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Yeah I have been out 3 times. It opened June 1st. They are opening all lakes to nigth bowfishing starting August 1st. (As long as there aren't any "weapon discharge" ordinances) The night stuff is the way to go!

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I've had crappy luck at night so far. Apparently these northern fish didn't get the memo that its supposed to be better. At least the wind tends to go down after dark. Give me a sunny still 80 degree day anytime.

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been out 3 times at night and have shot about 100 gallons of fish each time.

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I've had some friends go out at night in the Mankato area and have been really putting the screws to them.

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riverrat, what lakes have you been going to? and do you know of any good lakes that are fairly clear around mankato? my email is b_carey976 at hotmail.com if you dont want to publish it to the world.

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I will have to get out as soon as I get my generator fixed

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I haven't been out except on the river, there is only a few lakes open to night bow fishing in the Kato area so that should narrow it down.

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Shot at a lake near Faribo for the first time under the lights fri night/sat morning and all i can say is unbelievable, all fish(carp) were shot in 1' or less of water and the action was non-stop

I don't think i will ever shoot during the day again

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