Tides are about 3or 4 feet. No super minus usually less than-1 and a high generally around +4 or less, lots of weired ones though, hold overs and other stuff. The birds usually move on the high tides, geese come in to feed, on the tundra berries, brant work into flooding eelgrass beds. Geese and ducks hit fresh water ponds on the high also, so day in day out if you can only hunt a couple of hours go for the rising to high tide. Me, I am somewhat demented, if I am off work I am usually out there, this is part of the reason most people don't hunt with me and those that do know to take their own truck. I don't kill many birds during the low tides but I have never killed a bird from my couch and with only 107 days to hunt got to make the most of it. One of the funny things about out here is the weather, our best weather is the last couple weeks of August and the first couple weeks of September. Just the opposite of what I want to hunt in, and when we do have ducking weather it is usually on the days I work. Not complaining I love it out here and wouldn't change a thing.