I was hoping, now that I own the interactive DVD, I would not have to bother this forum again, but I need your help. When I saw a few of these fish swimming near me, I immediately thought, "They look like jacks, and they have yellow markings. I bet they are yellow jacks." But, when I look at the photos on the DVD and compare it to my photo, it looks to both me and my wife as though the fish in my photo has a distinctively steep head, much steeper than the yellow-jack photos. We even looked at dophinfish to see if this could be a juvenile stage.
What do you think? Is it a yellow jack? If not, what is it?
Tuesday, January 11, 2011, Snapper Ledge (SL1), Key Largo, Florida, 28 feet, 73 degree bottom temperature.