Puzzling out the tides, they don't look too bad as a run of days off kicks in. I'm still not sure if the tide's the most important thing, as in fishing either side of the top.
People catching bass seem to be out before dawn or after dusk, regardless of what the tides are doing. So maybe I need to just concentrate on being there at the right time, as opposed to around high water.
Apart from seeing a fish the other day, as in your real, actual fish etc; I learned quite a bit about the creek.
Maybe I'll hit it near the turn of the ebb this time, and back-track as the tide starts flooding it.
I reckon that'll give me enough time for a bag of chips and a pint of Shuck somewhere, before I hit somewhere else at high tide.