The outgoing tide is a good time to fish for barracuda. Fishing closer to the high tide will give you some unique opportunities that you won’t have during the low tide though. If you want to fish shallower, there will be some good areas that hold a lot of fish in when the waters are high, but as the water recedes, a lot of these fish will move out with it. Find a mouth near the creeks or inlets and you may find a barracuda ambushing some bait fish leaving these areas. The deeper water spots will hold plenty of barracuda too, but the outgoing tide will position them differently than the incoming tide. The passes and bridges are great inshore spots to fish for barracuda on an outgoing tide as the tide pulls bait through these areas.