Snook can be found throughout so many different inshore areas. Canals, mangrove-lined shorelines, docks, bridges and jetties will all hold some snook throughout the year. Most of these areas will have calm water that is easily accessible for a kayak. Because snook feed heavily at night, many anglers prefer to target them at night. Fishing in a kayak at night can be a lot more challenging than fishing from the shore or from a boat. By scouting out your fishing spot during the day, you will have a much easier time navigating at night. Some good items to bring along for safety are flashlights, a cell phone that has gps with a mapping function such as Google Maps, some snacks and water and it wouldn’t hurt to bring along a buddy. Whether you are fishing during the day or at night, snook fishing can be flat out awesome if you find the fish.