Absolutely! Bass fishing at night is definitely possible, and it can be a lot of fun! Not only is the process of bass fishing at night more enjoyable than during the day, but there are also several benefits that come along with it.
First of all, bass have different feeding habits depending on the time of day. At night, bass mainly feed on invertebrates roaming about in shallow waters near shorelines. That’s why you should try to get close to those areas when fishing at night. In addition, their metabolism rates slow down during the night which causes them to become more lethargic and take bigger bait items - both beneficial facts for us anglers who want to increase our chances of catching something!
Since visibility is an issue while fishing in dark conditions, stick with baits and lures that stand out in low light or that give off strong vibrations/sounds that attract nearby fish. Examples include inline spinners, buzzbaits (surface lures with metal blades), spinnerbaits (lures made up of several small metal blades), and crank baits (lures designed for deep water).
For those who don't feel comfortable navigating after dark however there are still plenty of options available - glow-in-the-dark lures are widely available from most sport stores nowadays so you can still enjoy a successful nighttime bass fishing experience without taking any risks.
So next time you're feeling ambitious enough for some late-night angling adventures grab your gear, tie on one of these lures or baits specifically suited for this type of angling situation –and then look forward to reeling in some nice catches when others are snoozing away!