When on a charter drift fishing trip on the Kasilof for kings, is it better to drift and fish while the tide is rising at the river mouth or fallling, or is it really hard to say? I've been told that at the end of the drift you get to cast plugs at the mouth. I expect that when casting plugs it is better if the tide is rising since that is when fish would be more likely to be moving into the river, right? I also suspect that if it gets to the point of casting plugs near the mouth it's kind of a last ditch effort to try and salvage something out of a non-productive day. Am I close to being right about that? Any insights would be appreciated as I have a couple of dates I can book a charter and obviously would like to maximize success. Thanks in advance.