#1 confident bait
Dawn is my preferred prime time for screamers, so i would setup with an 11" uv/glow flasher paired with a larger profile glow riggle: a glow/uv white hoochie-fly hybrid on a wire or rigger down 45ft +/- depending on thermocline/time of year.
Dusk has generally been more of a glow spoon bite, mostly consisting of your cookie cutter 3 year olds, so the setup would have to be configured with a moonshine uv bloody nose or similar variant on a high line in relatively shallow. Setup is stealthily presented with a 3-5 color on a board or possibly a slide diver maxed out starboard side setting 115 LOC, targeting the 15-35ft range.
Midnight, referring to the low light conditions spanning between ~10pm-3am, it's been a proven limit every outing using another jibblin moonshiner. the uv dancing anchovy does the most damage on a terry rig, a combination of a double glow/green 8" flasher bleeding out sideways on a glow dipsy throughout the water column as often as possible anywhere between 20 and 70 feet down.
For the midday phils get yourself a chaw and drop an 11" uv/glow flasher on the swr riggered down in the 90 ft range with a twinkie & meat.
port & a beam,
Shooter Skippy Lou