"Timing the Tides"
Snook, more so than many other inshore gamefish, feed heavily based on the tide. Lazy by nature; snook use the tide to their advantage, letting baitfish and shrimp sweep right over their heads where they become easy targets. However, finding just the right part of the tide is a bit more complex. Too much current can be a problem, as can too little current. The end result (for most places) isn a 30-45 minute window of primetime feeding conditions. Learn how to find that window, and your snook catches will skyrocket! (Hint...Your going to have to sit through a lot of tide changes, watch a lot of boring hours tick away, and give away a lot of hours of sleep to really get those windows nailed down!)
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