ive tried nite time at chatfield couple time this year with little luck, still too chilly i think. imma say end of this month wallys will be bangin there
A little chilly right now still. However in the ice season I usually catch crappie and walleye a lot better in twighlight periods and after dark than during the day.
In the summer time, I usually nightfish for walleyes, catfish, crappies, and occasionally bass.
It is true however, especially with walleyes, that pretty much no matter what time of year, winter or summer, that they feed a lot more actively at twighlight and after dark than during the bright part of the day.
Best walleye presentation at night is a fairly large crankbait fished shallow. But also using crawlers or minnows under a lighted slipbobber, or glow in the dark curly tails will work too. Some nights it's very very slow, but some nights it's fairly steady fishing.