Tides always play a key role in coastal fishing, but Floridians are entering the time of year when ebb and flow create unique scenarios where the old cliché "catching fish in a barrel" isn't so clichéd it's pretty close to accurate.
In simplest terms, incoming tides grant access to shallow areas and outgoing tides drain them.
Think of the tide like an usher guiding folks in and out of a theater. Now, what if that usher missed a handful of folks hiding out in the orchestra ...
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