On our first day we decided to hit the rocks and reefs with some jigs in order to stock up on snappers and groupers for the next few days eating. A short, five minute run across the bay put un on a nice rock on the eastern side of Berry Islands, with the wide Atlantic stretching out as far as the eye could see. The rock was loaded with all kinds of stuff and I personally caught about a 6-pound Margate, a 12-pound horseeye jack and several flag yellowtail in about five minutes! The fish would snap up anything that went over the side as soon as it hit the bottom. Either that, or one jig, two jigs and you were on! We got into several small groupers, mutton snappers and wide variety of other reef dwellers for a couple of hours - it was the most fun I'd had in quite awhile! Several squalls eventually chased us off the water by around 2 p.m., but we didn't care too much, the box of fresh fish was calling.