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Just like everything else, it all depends.

A good tide is almost always necessary when drifting. Wind against tide is the worst possible condition, not only is it snotty but it kills the drift.
Certain spots are better on the flood and others on the ebb.

When chunking on the N. Fork, I try to anchor at slack and fish the first couple hours of the tide.

On a slow tide, I adjust the way I fish.

We could spend hours on this...
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