Snappers Sharks and a big Red

We started our day on the reef in about 60 feet of water. We anchored the boat and put the chum in the water. It was not long and we had the Yellowtail snappers eating right behind the boat. We landed more than enough for dinner and tossed a few in the livewell before moving the boat to a deeper area of reef. After a mile run I set the boat up in about 100 feet of water. We were still fishing hard reef structure but this time we were looking for big snappers and groupers. It didn’t take long and we had got a few big fish to bend the rod. We lost a few and landed a few the nicest being a 20 lb Red grouper. We snapped a few pics and tossed him back and headed for the dock ready to filet some fish for a fresh catch lunch.

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