Did you know that there are more than one species of #amberjack? The largest of the amberjacks are called the Greater Amberjacks and they usually have dark stripes extending from the nose to the front of their dorsal fins. Amberjacks can be found offshore in water depths greater than 60 feet around reefs. When fishing for amberjack, be sure and use live bait as this will give you the most success. A lively bait fish such as blue runner, pinfish, grunts or cigar minnows are a good choice. For the best fishing, fish in the middle of the water column as these fish like to swim just above the reef. Since amberjacks are a predator fish, they feed on squid, baitfish, and crustaceans. You can also use an artificial lure such as top-water plugs, jigs, spoons, and diving lures. Make sure your drag is set tight, and get ready for a fight.
It’s a holiday #Monday so we thought we would treat you Beavs to our NEW LUNCH MENU starting TODAY! We have several new @spacecitycowboy sammies like this Red Fish BLT Po Boy 😳 pan-seared blackened red fish, jalapeño remoulade, crispy lettuce slaw, tomato, house pickles on a toasted baguette. You already know it’s #DAMGOOD come try it this week! 🥓🥖