Strategy for an outgoing tide
Areas with slightly deeper water on shallow flats or along shorelines can hold a lot of fish. In general, any transition point is an area you should look to target on the water. Deeper holes during a low tide can be very effective because they allow redfish and trout to sit below the currents while bait is being pushed away from cover. Finding areas when the wind and tides are working together can maximize the effects on baitfish and are areas to key in on. Make casts at a 45-degree angle, right in front of and past the desired area. This presentation closely simulates baitfish fighting the currents to avoid predators.
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