but found in more offshore waters than the greater amberjack.
It is not a common fish, but when found, it is often near
floating objects or weed lines.
small jack is difficult to separate from the greater amberjack,
but it does have a deeper body for its length than the greater
amberjack. The diagonal dark bar through the eye may stop
short of the dorsal fin. It extends to the dorsal fin in the
greater amberjack. See Greater
Amberjack for a guide to positive identification. Little
is known of its biology.