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 Seamus on 5/21/2011 • Rank (1308) • Views (1319) •Comments(0)
AR-376

By Seamus on 2/24/2016 • Rank (1302) • Views (1302) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 2/24/2016 • Rank (1297) • Views (1297) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 4/13/2011 • Rank (1292) • Views (1282) •Comments(0)
Name MARATHON REEF County MONROE Depth (in feet) 115 Relief (in feet) 0 Description 1982 MARATHON'S VACA CUT BRIDGE SPANS Date of Deployment December 31 1982 Primary Material BRIDGE SPANS CONCRETE Tonnage 0 Coordinates 24.6398, -80.95925

By Seamus on 4/13/2011 • Rank (1281) • Views (1279) •Comments(0)
Name NAPLES PIER REEF County COLLIER Depth (in feet) 22 Relief (in feet) 3 Description "WIDELY SCATTERED PILES CONFIRMED BY RBF GRANT FWCC-01002" Date of Deployment June 17 1995 Primary Material CONCRETE CULVERTS Tonnage 250 Coordinates 26.13025, -81.84505

By xfernal on 3/17/2017 • Rank (1275) • Views (1275) •Comments(0)
Fish Haven

By Seamus on 5/17/2013 • Rank (1258) • Views (1374) •Comments(0)
LORAN C-45424.0/59409.0  GPS-33 48.812/078 30.522 1 buoy marks reef, bearing 125�/2.7 nm from south jetty at Little River Inlet. Steel Pup Tents 33 48.515/078 30.069 Material 33 48.829/078 30.578 Water depth 20-30'.

By Seamus on 4/22/2011 • Rank (1258) • Views (1253) •Comments(0)
Name ORISKANY MEMORIAL REEF County ESCAMBIA Depth (in feet) 212 Relief (in feet) 134 Description "NAVY AIRCRAFT CARRIER EX-USS ORISKANY 888 FEET LONG 135 FEET DEEP TO" Date of Deployment May 17 2006 Primary Material SHIP STEEL 888' Tonnage 32000 Coordinates 30.04258, -87.00661

By Seamus on 12/28/2012 • Rank (1256) • Views (1274) •Comments(0)

By Sam on 4/18/2015 • Rank (1256) • Views (1256) •Comments(0)
Bolsa Chica Reef 4 Orange, California

By Mike Walters on 8/28/2016 • Rank (1252) • Views (1251) •Comments(0)

By thomasmlambert on 6/10/2017 • Rank (1239) • Views (1239) •Comments(0)
CAIS.#1 (299) is a gas/oil platform built by Fieldwood Energy SP LLC and installed on 11/24/1998. The structure was removed on 08/29/2015 and verified as clear on 09/12/2015. Smaller pieces of the structure may still exist and provide habitat for fish, but the main structure no longer exist.

By Seamus on 3/15/2017 • Rank (1238) • Views (1229) •Comments(0)
HORSESHOE REEF

By Seamus on 5/7/2011 • Rank (1221) • Views (1221) •Comments(0)
32.47915 -80.0017333333333

By Sam on 8/19/2015 • Rank (1216) • Views (1216) •Comments(0)
The Steps  

By Seamus on 2/24/2016 • Rank (1196) • Views (1196) •Comments(0)

By Chris on 9/13/2016 • Rank (1195) • Views (1194) •Comments(0)
Live Bottom

By Seamus on 4/26/2017 • Rank (1192) • Views (1192) •Comments(0)

By xfernal on 5/1/2014 • Rank (1186) • Views (1186) •Comments(0)
On Thursday April 24, 2014, the D.M. One was sunk as a artificial reef 9 miles NE off Port St. Lucie. The wreck lays in the upright position in 186' of water. The very uppermost spot of the main upper structure above the bridge at 103' deep and the deck level is 164' deep.

By Mike Walters on 8/28/2016 • Rank (1170) • Views (1170) •Comments(0)

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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 (100) • Views (100) •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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