Located just South of Pickles Reef lies Snapper Ledge, a great shallow dive site consisting of 2 well defined, high profile ledges and so many fish you may need to bat them away to actually see the reef. The main ledge runs parallel to shore in 25 feet of water. A small swim-through leads from the ledge to the Fishbowl and a large Brain coral can be found a short distance down the ledge. The second ledge runs perpendicular to the first in 35’ of water. A huge pinnacle of coral sits on top of the reef at the Eastern end.
This site is famous for the massive schools of Grunts, Snappers, and Schoolmasters. However, this is also a fantastic place to see larger animals too as Nurse Sharks, Moray Eels and Turtles are very common.
A great site for new as well as experienced divers. 25 to 30 foot maximum depth means plenty of bottom time. This is also a spectacular night dive.