Saw your post about heading offshore this Sunday (10/24) and figured I'd give you a few starter numbers so you're not just chasing your tail out there. Here are some numbers to get you started, three groups based upon distance from shore. All pretty much due west out of Pass a Grille:
27° 40.9680' N
083° 00.6850' W
This is part of a ledge complex. Probably a bit too early in the fall for there to be good gags on it, but it will still hold all of the other suspects. About 50' depth. At least a half dozen viable spots that I know of within 1/2 mile if you look around.
27° 40.8370' N
082° 58.4610' W
Not sure what this actually is, but it holds tons of bait and should be hard to miss. Some other structure nearby as well. 43' depth.
27° 39.2110' N
082° 54.0090' W
27° 39.1300' N
082° 54.5470' W
27° 39.2530' N
082° 54.2890' W
27° 38.5470' N
082° 54.3190' W
These for are shallower (35') spots that might be a bit early in the year to pay out, but you never know.
The forecast for Sunday doesn't look great, so you might not make it all the way out, or even past a couple of miles. But the forecast might moderate enough to make a try at it. Just be conservative on your first trip out. One bit of advice is to put all of these spots into your plotter before you leave the dock (or the house), that way you're not getting tossed around while trying to read numbers and punching in digits while offshore.
None of these are super secret special numbers, but they should at least hold fish. My only request is that you don't share the numbers with other folks, and that if you fish them, take note of what you caught at each spot and let me know. I haven't fished all of the spots that I have coordinates for, and I'm always keen to see what is at each spot. Good luck and be safe,