The spring offers some of the best fishing for snook. As water temperatures warm up, snook move out of the rivers and tidal creeks and congregate near the mouths of these creeks and rivers, on flats and in the deeper water near the flats. After the cold winter, these fish are hungry and it’s not uncommon for experienced anglers to catch 20 to 30 snook in a day during the spring. The bridges and passes will also hold some snook. During late spring, you can expect to find large numbers of snook moving into the passes as they get ready to spawn.