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For those of us in Minnesota and Wisconsin, our walleye fishing season begins during the cover of night. Traditionally, there are thousands of anglers anxiously waiting for the first moment after midnight to get their season under way. Many anglers are heading out on the water for one reason - it’s a tradition, right? It is the perfect opportunity to get a jump start on bragging rights for the rest of the year. Yet very few anglers enjoy success on that first night of the season. Some lakes have night fishing restrictions that go into effect two days after the season opens, making the first night of the season valuable. Walleyes often feed voraciously at night, especially early in the season, which is the primary reason for the restrictions. Night fishing is an unfamiliar world to some, which can make it threatening and unproductive. But with proper equipment and background knowledge, night fishing adds a fascinating new dimension to fishing, especially when it comes to those first moments of the season. Location The walleye opener in most north-central states occurs in May, and depending on the severity of the winter, the majority of fish are within a How to Be Right on Opening Night By Bart Rosen Author Bart Rosen with what he considers a normal early season nighttime walleye