I’ve personally found that point-related postspawn females bite better in the morning. A big part of this has to do with the fact that they’re more open-water fish now that they’ve moved off the bank, as opposed to the cove-related bass that have no shortage of cover in shallow. Postspawn open-water bass are also seeking refuge from the stress after the spawn, so their best biting window most often occurs in the early morning and late evening when there are low light conditions, little pressure, and ample forage activity. Contrary to that, late spawners in coves tend to show themselves to anglers when the sun is high, ironically just about when the point bite dies off. The same goes for the fry guarders that “rise to the occasion” with the elevated sun position. This all brings me back to my original point of trying to stop yourself from bypassing your best chance at the big female point bass by going directly to shallow coves first. Let me know how that reversed plan works out for you if you give it a whirl in the next few months.