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How to Read Inshore Tides

April 21, 2014
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On the feed: Strategy when fishing even a familiar area combines awareness of the tide stage with the way it interacts with bottom topography. Photo by Bob McNally Photo by Bob McNally
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Get a clue: Water line on pilings indicate a falling tide, which is a clue to how trout will be feeding. Photo by Bob McNally Photo by Bob McNally
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Bottleneck tips: Breaks in jetties, like the mouths of bays, are rich in feeding lanes and holding water. Photo by Bob McNally Photo by Bob McNally
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Go with the Flow: The mouths of inlets and cuts transport plenty of forage when the tide is running hard. Photo by Bob McNally Photo by Bob McNally
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