That depends on what your fishing for. Different conditions, size of tide, water clarity etc favour different species. It would take ages to run through them all. The advantage is that once you know your species and what suits them then there is always something to fish for whatever the tide or conditions. Change tactics, change targets, adapt to the conditions and you'll always be in with a shout. Name your target and people will help with info.
Yesterday was a good example. Arrived to a flat calm sea with little colour so fished at range with small baits and caught lots of whiting. As the tide ran and the skies clouded over the sea coloured up and a breeze put a nice chop on the water. So I changed to bigger baits closer in and picked up some big dogfish and a 6lb ray. Adapting during a session can also improve results.