Snook move into the passes and at the mouths of rivers, tidal creeks, inlets and canals to spawn. In Florida, snook usually spawn in the summer months when water temperatures rise into the mid-70s. Because snook move into these areas in such large numbers, it is only natural that anglers will flock to the passes to target these fish. At times, snook can be tough to catch during the spawn, but these fish will be feeding in the passes and you can have a lot of success if you fish during lowlight conditions on a tidal change. Live bait and artificial lures will work well for these snook in the passes.