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Any good for trout at night? Assuming water isn't fresh etc........ Figure I can set up lights and generator.

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I'm about 1 mile north of 521 and the San Bernard is a chocolate milk mess. I tried catching some cold catfish, but nothing doing. Too fresh and too much debris in the water. Try somewhere else.

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try the old river..........set up last tuesday and caught a few trout, no keepers though and saw some reds in the lights but didn't want any plastics
 

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I'm about 1 mile north of 521 and the San Bernard is a chocolate milk mess. I tried catching some cold catfish, but nothing doing. Too fresh and too much debris in the water. Try somewhere else.

RF
Is worth fishing at night with lights and generator when its not chocolate milk and if you are chasing trout and reds?
 

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I think that it is great for trout at night depending on where you set up. You need to setup somehwere next to a deep (5-6 ft) dropoff. However, I have had great success there. Good luck.
 

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2004 (chruch hill dock)....Set up your light and i have known people to catch a variety of fish
 

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went over both yesterday and both looked lke a choc. milkshake, caney creek was the same and fresh on top,
 

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Yeah, with all this rain, it's going to be 6 weeks before the rivers clear up at 2004, assuming we don't get any more 2-3 inch rains up north.

The Old Brazos is an excellent suggestion.

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FM 2004 does not cross the San Bernard the bridge at Church Hill is FM 2611. Both rivers are chocolate now.
 
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