The Greater Amberjack is a fascinating fish, swimming in water between 60 and 240 feet deep. They are marked by a long, black stripe from nose to fin that appears to light up when it feeds.
Photo credit: _© Diane Rome Peebles_
The younger Amberjacks stay in more shallow water near the shore, inhabiting rocky areas and reefs. Shipwrecks are the best place to find them.
Out of all the Amberjacks, the Greater Amberjack is the largest