Three main types of fishing occur.

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Other Names: Ten-Pounder, Skipjack, Chiro
Habitat: Ladyfish occur from the open sea off beaches and shorelines. They seem to have no preferred surroundings, but follow wherever good feeding conditions take them whether over shallow flats or in deep holes and channels. They love to feed at night and are common around lighted areas of piers and docks. They often gather in large schools.
Description: A slender, silvery fish with deeply forked tail and large, scoop-shaped lower jaw. Said to be mistaken at times for the Bonefish, but the error is difficult to conceive of, given the big mouth and jumping ability of the Ladyfish.
Size: Usually 1-2 pounds. World record 5 pounds, 14 ounces.
Food Value: Edible but not very appetizing; many bones and flesh is mushy.
Game Qualities: One of the wildest acrobats, always getting off spectacular and frequent jumps. Larger ones are strong pullers and can uncork surprisingly long runs.
Baits: Small live fish or shrimp or cut strips. Jigs and small topwater plugs.
Type of Fishing: Casting; Drifting; Still Fishing.
Bonus tip: Use a live minnow instead of a worm; this works for just about all types of fish.
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Other Names: Jack Crevalle, Crevally
Habitat: Crevalle jacks have variously been described as coastal pack wolves. The biggest Jacks often cruise in pairs and are usually found in or near major inlets and around offshore wrecks and reefs.
Description: Deep, compressed body. Blunt head with yellowish breast, white underside and black spot on rear edge of gill cover. Hard scutes forward of sickle-shaped tail.
Size: 10 to 12 pounds. World records 57 pounds.
Food Value: Poor by most tastes. Most of the meat is dark red and of strong flavor.
Game Qualities: Few fish can out-pull a Crevalle of equal size. The fight is unspectacular but dogged, the usual pattern being a long first run. Jacks use their flat sides to good advantage when waging a tug-o-war.
Baits: Fresh and frisky live fish. Top water plugs and fast-whipped jigs.
Type of Fishing: Casting; Drifting; Still Fishing; Trolling.

GREATER AMBERJACK: (Seriola dumerili)There is a countless number of for appetizers, salads, entrées, and that you will enjoy preparing for friends and family. The will vary according to the size and type of fish.
Other Names: Jack Crevalle, Crevally
Habitat: Crevalle jacks have variously been described as coastal pack wolves. The biggest Jacks often cruise in pairs and are usually found in or near major inlets and around offshore wrecks and reefs.
Description: Deep, compressed body. Blunt head with yellowish breast, white underside and black spot on rear edge of gill cover. Hard scutes forward of sickle-shaped tail.
Size: 10 to 12 pounds. World records 57 pounds.
Food Value: Poor by most tastes. Most of the meat is dark red and of strong flavor.
Game Qualities: Few fish can out-pull a Crevalle of equal size. The fight is unspectacular but dogged, the usual pattern being a long first run. Jacks use their flat sides to good advantage when waging a tug-o-war.
Baits: Fresh and frisky live fish. Top water plugs and fast-whipped jigs.
Type of Fishing: Casting; Drifting; Still Fishing; Trolling.
Other Names: Amberfish, AJ, Coronado, Cavilia
Habitat: Adults are common at various depths, ranging from reefs several hundred feet deep to fairly shallow wrecks and reefs. Artificial reefs and wrecks all along the Gulf Coast often harbor huge schools of smaller Amberjack, and many Gulf wrecks are home to big ones as well.
Description: Overall brownish or goldish. Heavy body. No scutes forward of tail fin. Dark oblique line through the eye that ends at the dorsal fin.
Size: Over deep wrecks and reefs is 30-60 pounds. World record 155 pounds, 10 ounces.
Food Value: Excellent, smoked or fresh.
Game Qualities: A strong, punishing fighter that powers deep and defies lifting. Fairly long runs can also occur early in the fight. A great deal of stamina matches their strength. Novices may fight Amberjack of average size for an hour or longer.
Baits: Live and frisky fish. Surface plugs, spoons and jigs.
Type of Fishing: Casting; Drifting; Trolling.