Yes there is indeed a place called Grayton Rock or reef. It is all over the place down off of Grayton Beach. Not to be mistaken with Seagrove rock. I used to dive all over that area for spiney lobsters ( which by the way is my favorite thing to do ) but hurricane Opal in 95 pretty much messed up this area for spineys, and they still haven't recovered or replenished from that big blow.
I would like to target black snappers. How far out do you guys go that have success consistently chumming up black snappers? Not looking for spots, just general areas to start my search. Thanks for any help!
Hey everyone, I need some advice. I live in the Midwest but get to make it down here a few times a year. In June my buddy and I had great luck snapper fishing and got our limits of gags fishing about 150-170’ foot of water. We have tried several times before and after the full moon this month...
Got my 13 yo son his first chicken dolphin, Mingo, white snapper and scamp grouper today. Water was pretty good, not quite flat like it forecast, but still not bad. So much fun watching my son reel up from 350’ deep.