The Best Tides For Redfish, Snook, And Speckled Trout [Flats, Bays, & Creeks]

Do you want to know the absolute best tides for redfish, snook, and trout are for the flats, bays, and creeks?

If yes, this video tutorial below will show you the #1 factor to keep in mind when planning your next inshore fishing trip.

Plus, you’ll learn about the two most common mistakes anglers make that significantly decreases their odds of success when it comes to fishing the different tides.

And as you’ll see towards the end of the video, there are some tactics that can be used to catch inshore slams (redfish, trout, snook, flounder) even when fishing “bad” stages of the tide cycle.

The red section of this tide graph is technically a bad time to fish as you’ll see in the video below.

But even during those “bad” tidal stages, you can still have some great fish catching if you know how to roll together all of the various factors and put yourself at the right spot for the given conditions.

In fact, you’ll see a good slam (redfish, snook, and trout) caught during the exact tide period shown above in the tide tutorial video below.

Please watch the entire video on reading tide charts and don’t hesitate to ask me any questions in the comment area below.

Click the play button below now.

Best Tides For Redfish, Snook, & Trout (VIDEO)

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Conclusion

Were you shocked by the answer for the best tide?

We’d be doing you a disservice if we said tides weren’t critical.

In fact, it is essential for all saltwater anglers to know how to effectively read a tide chart because tidal cycles play such a big role in the feeding activity of redfish, snook, and trout.

However… make sure to not just focus on the tide height because the current is an EXTREMELY important factor to consider.

In order to get consistently good at catching quality inshore fish (redfish, trout, snook, flounder, etc.), you’ll have to get good at predicting where the top feeding zones will be based on multiple important factors such as:

  • Tides/Currents
  • Season
  • Wind direction/speed
  • Water temperature
  • Cloud cover
  • Water clarity

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Randall Bronston
1 month ago

is the charts showing incoming and outgoing left to right?

Keith Asdourian
1 month ago

I have a 30’ boat with twin engines and heading to backwaters is challenging. Would the same tide advise work for structure outside in the Gulf?

John Curts
1 month ago

Please look at the Tide Charts for Destin for the next 2 Weeks.
None of these days resemble Anything Near what your Charts show in general.

Paul Biquet
2 months ago

I have audio, but the video is not there.

Michael Medina
4 months ago

Is there a video of showing us how to read the strike and feeding chart as well? Maybe I’m over looking it, Thanks and Tight lines Salt Strong Family!

John Nightingale
6 months ago

Looking at tide chart for Friday showed best feeling time is morning in coming tide but the out going tide has steeper angle ,thought I watch one of the courses say the steeper the angle the better time for feeding is that right

Donald Baxter
6 months ago

Could you do a video on the feeding level chart please? I am guessing that the green is best feeding times what is the dark blue bars don’t seem to match with the tide chart though on the steepest falling tides example 13th of June thanks D Baxter

Zach stiefel
8 months ago

Im going to panama city beach for the first time and want to catch a redfish off the mb Miller pier for the first time…what tod/reel/line/bait/ and most importantly rigs would you use? Thanks

Jesse Aguilar
8 months ago

I’m still not too clear on how to read these charts. I’ve watched the videos a couple of times, but for some reason, it’s not clicking in my little pea brain lol. Any assistance would be gladly appreciated.

Jordan Blinn
8 months ago

Any tips on finding redish in the indian river?

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