This reef is an extension of Gab Gab, and lies 100 yards to the west of that site. Its name comes from the pronounced contour of the upper reef, which juts out in a “finger” at one point and drops to over 100 feet.
The top of the reef is very shallow, perfect for snorkelers as well as divers. This reef is popular with tour boats, and due to almost daily fish feeding activities, there are thousands of small reef fish here along with good coral growth.
Commonly seen here are schools of goatfish, needlefish, rainbow runners, and an occasional school of small jacks.