Tide vs time of day?
I'm new to fishing Florida and new to saltwater. I fish mainly from shore or near shore. My question is this. In Ohio where I'm from during the summer the best times to fish are right at sunrise and sunset. I would be on the water at sunup and the bite usually dies off by 10AM. I know that tide greatly affects fishing here. If the best tide flow of the day is let's say at 11:00 AM is it better to be on the water at sunup or during the best tide time. Just fishing for inshore/near-shore species. I know fish will seek shade from the hot sun, but will they bite during the day? Thanks.