Captain Jeff did pass along that there was a good amount of prospecting along the edge in many different areas and a mix of different fish were caught but one will be mentioned below the Golden Tilefish pics.
Captain Jeff also pass along this information from Mel on this very rare fish...
The mystery fish caught on Monday, June 17 has been identified by the marine biologists at the Smithsonian Institute as a BIG ROUGHY (Gephyroberyx darwinii). It is NOT an Orange Roughy (Hoplostethus atlanticus).
There are many differences between the two fish, but the easiest one to see in the photo is the number of hard spines in the dorsal fin. The BIG ROUGHY has eight hard spines while the Orange Roughy has four to six spines.
According to the biologists, the BIG ROUGHY is found near and above hard bottoms on the outer edges of continental shelves and island shelves in the western Atlantic Ocean from Delaware south to Argentina. While the Orange Roughy is found in the western Pacific Ocean, eastern Atlantic Ocean, the Indo-Pacific (off New Zealand and Australia), and in the eastern Pacific Ocean off Chile. The Orange Roughy is NOT found in the western Atlantic Ocean.