Fishing shutting down during outgoing tide
I've been making some trips to goodland from Sarasota recently in aug and sept this year. I've had great success during incoming tide fishing live shrimp or gulp soft plastics near the mangroves around round key (about 10 miles south of Goodland) but once the tides change to outgoing the fishing shuts down. I understand that when the tide starts dropping many of the fish leave the mangroves but I've tried fishing the deep parts of the channels and even deep drop off in the mangroves with little success. I am not looking for anyone's secret spots just maybe some friendly advice on what type of structure to focus on during the outgoing or if it's even worth fishing the mangroves during an outgoing tide.
Thank you so much for any help.