Fishing for Snook in the Afternoon

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The afternoon is usually the least productive time to fish for snook.  You can still catch plenty of snook in the afternoon during the tidal changes, but the better bite will almost always occur during the lowlight conditions of the mornings, evenings and at night.  Tidal changes are key for catching snook though, so if you have the choice between fishing during a slack tide during lowlight conditions or a tidal change during the afternoon, we would fish the tidal change during the afternoon every single time.  One of the advantages of fishing in the afternoon is that sight fishermen have better visibility.


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