Night is traditionally a time to sleep, but many people work different shifts that allow them to take part in activities during the late hours. Even those who use night hours for rest enjoy staying out late once in a while. While many people use late night as a time to drink and socialise, those hours can be used for many other activities to give you a late night adventure.
Fishing at night gives anglers an entirely different experience and scenery than fishing during the day. Clear nights give you a view of the moon and stars, and you can see the fish that hug the shoreline and shallow waters with a light. Many fish, including walleye and crappie, tend to bite more at night, giving you the opportunity for a better catch. Whether fishing from shore, below a dam or along a river, standing in the water fly fishing, or drifting in a boat on a lake, night fishing is a late night adventure worth experiencing.
Late Night Recreation
Many students have experienced overnight lock-ins at a school, park, church or recreation centre with chaperones where they play games, eat and listen to entertainment all night long. Many organisations expand on that idea and offer late night adventures that include midnight nature walks to view wild animals in their habitat, star gazing, night swimming, overnight canoe trips, volleyball, basketball, wally ball, dancing, bowling and skating. Many bowling alleys offer glow bowling late at night and have pool tables, video games and karaoke for a variety of recreation.
Late Night City Adventures
For many people, just being out in a city late at night is an adventure. Many establishments are open all night to feed and entertain visitors, including clubs, restaurants, bars, concert venues and halls. Grabbing a pizza, catching a movie, and dancing the night away can be a much bigger adventure during the late hours. Businesses such as casinos house a variety of adventures to enjoy throughout the night, including concerts, comedy acts, restaurants, dance clubs, spas, health clubs, slots, table games and historical displays.