In general, I do much better on a lower tide. It gets the fish out the grass where you can see them. That being said I would wait for the tide to start falling after Ivan's influence and then look out. My past experience tells me that the marsh lakes are gonna bust wide open with jumping shrimp and humping redfish. Go get um.
When the water comes up the trout will spread out, look to reefs that are usually shallow, drulls can be really awesome when you can drift across it and if you know the bay you can pin point more drop offs and edges that fish will follow.
The reds will go back, back, back into the boonies.
Be ready when the tides start to fall, the pickings will become a lot easier around places that will be draining off all the excess water.
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