Originally Posted by sammcdonald
rescue efforts are too expensive, danger to fisherpersons is too great, and how are ya gonna see your fly by star light?
Folks fly fish at night routinely. You learn to feel where the line and fly are, you learn to hear fouled lines & leaders, and you untangle using a small light. For the most part "no night fishing" closures are designed to aid effective enforcement or are a park security issue, not a physical fishing issue (i.e. casting at night) or fishing safety issue.