Artificial and Natural Reefs

Fishing Status has 57119 Artificial and Natural Reefs in the database. Providing cover and shelter to many different species of fish, reefs are fish magnets that many call home.

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By xfernal on 9/11/2015 • Rank (837) • Views (837) •Comments(0)
Volcanic Reef

By Seamus on 3/14/2015 • Rank (834) • Views (834) •Comments(0)
A-Petronius CT (70012) is a gas/oil platform built by Chevron U.S.A. Inc. and installed on 04/28/2000. A-Petronius CT is considered a major platform that stands in 1754 feet of water and may provide habitat for many different offshore species of fish. Anglers often catch Barrelfish, Golden Tilefish, Warsaw Grouper, Yellowfin Tuna, and many differen...

By Seamus on 12/28/2012 • Rank (832) • Views (832) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 11/12/2018 • Rank (829) • Views (828) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 5/6/2011 • Rank (828) • Views (828) •Comments(0)
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By Seamus on 4/16/2017 • Rank (828) • Views (828) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 12/13/2017 • Rank (826) • Views (825) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 12/28/2012 • Rank (824) • Views (838) •Comments(0)
depth 154ft in site MP 138 Reef

By Seamus on 6/5/2012 • Rank (822) • Views (822) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 3/20/2011 • Rank (820) • Views (820) •Comments(0)
33.0305 -78.9253

By maguero on 6/21/2013 • Rank (813) • Views (830) •Comments(0)

By xfernal on 4/3/2016 • Rank (804) • Views (804) •Comments(0)
Fish Haven

By Seamus on 10/4/2014 • Rank (803) • Views (804) •Comments(0)
Yule Reef

By Seamus on 12/28/2012 • Rank (800) • Views (813) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 4/13/2011 • Rank (798) • Views (798) •Comments(0)
Name MISENER BARGE County MANATEE Depth (in feet) 25 Relief (in feet) 8 Description 100 X 35 X 8 FOOT BARGE ACCIDENTALLY SUNK BY MISENER MARINE Date of Deployment December 19 1985 Primary Material BARGE STEEL 100 Tonnage 0 Coordinates 27.54463333, -82.8451

By Seamus on 4/15/2017 • Rank (795) • Views (794) •Comments(0)
FIBERGLASS BOAT MOLD

By Seamus on 5/6/2011 • Rank (795) • Views (795) •Comments(0)
27.661016666667 -83.103766666667

By Seamus on 4/20/2015 • Rank (795) • Views (795) •Comments(0)
Nice trout, redfish, and flounder are caught on the SW end of this reef.

By Seamus on 6/10/2012 • Rank (792) • Views (848) •Comments(0)

By xfernal on 3/13/2018 • Rank (791) • Views (791) •Comments(0)
This is a good spot to catch Giant Trevally or Ulua. Live mullet is the bait of choice for many. There are also many different reef fish found here. I caught a Christmas Wrasse and Brown Unicornfish here. 

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VanBuren Reef is a walleye and smallmouth bass hot spot. In May, nighttime walleye fishing is excellent in the shallows (3-6 feet) of the bay and reef. Smallmouth bass fishing is good all season along this rocky reef that extends two miles into the lake.

By on 4/28/2020 • Rank (101) • Views (101) •Comments(0)
Myers Reef is another smallmouth bass and walleye hot spot. Bass transition from the shallow to the deep end of the reef as summer progresses. Walleye catches peak in the shallows in late spring and can also be caught along the deep side in summer.

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