I went freediving at the jetties a couple weeks ago with 2 friends to look for some sheepshead and see what was going on in the rocks. A good friend said that they were not there as thick as he'd seen in the past. They were still there though ranging from about 2 to 6 pounds. Once we found decent visibility the variety of growth on the rocks surprised me. Starting from a sand bottom or scarce live bottom at the base of the rocks, the rocks pile up quite vertically. In most places a cast 10 feet from the middle of the rockpile will put you at the base in the sand bottom (I am now less concerned about snags out there). Sheepshead were either slowly cruising around the rocks or sand close to the jetty or hiding in the crevices between the rocks. Sea urchins were abundant along with yellow, purple and white growths on the rocks occurring in patches. Some patches of mussels were growing on the rocks, but I saw no oysters where I was diving. We didn't see any other fish besides sheepshead. We dove near the bend at the South jetty and also on the North jetty near a shallow cut through. Dolphins and birds were working out in the deeper water well off the rocks on the North Side. I hope this helps in some way.