I've always done good at my aunts house on the main part of Wateree, fished it since I was 2 1/2. There's a big 8+ foot drop hump that holds fish. We fish the last few hours before dark til midnight or as late as 5 AM. One thing I've noticed is we get a run of fish right at dark almost every time we've been this year, 8-15 lbs, which is what we fish for with big chunks of fresh cut shad, white perch, or a live 3-4" bream. After dark it's like the fish disappear...we might not get a bite from dark til 3 AM, fresh bait every 30 minutes and all. I fish a Carolina rig with a 1.5-3 oz egg sinker so I can hit the hump 70+ yards out, with a short 10-12" leader to help with distance. I use a kahle or Octopus hook from 1/0-5/0 depending on the baits. My question is where should I be placing my baits after that dusk run, do the fish move in closer off of the hump, should I set out a bait on a float, or what (there's not much for cover, trees and stuff, my aunt took a big hook and towed all the cover off because they got hung up too much oooh. How do y'all rig your floats for night time? What depth do you start at, do you tie a big sinker on the bottom to keep the float in place and send out a snap swivel on top of the float with your bait, or do you do a slip float and rethrow every 10 minutes when they're pulling the water?