Canyons, Ledges, Rocks, and Shoals

Fishing Status has 25081 Banks, Canyons, Humps, Ledges, Rocks, Seamounts, Shoals, and Trenches in the database. Providing cover and shelter to many different species of fish, ledges , rocks, and other rocky or hilly structure are fish magnets that many call home.

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Rocks

Most Popular Rocks

By xfernal on 7/6/2017 • Rank (501) • Views (501) •Comments(0)
PEN-09

By xfernal on 12/1/2015 • Rank (500) • Views (500) •Comments(0)
This cut connects to the ICW channel and between Bear Island. There is a little dropoff here that is a great place to catch red drum and flounder.

By xfernal on 12/28/2016 • Rank (496) • Views (496) •Comments(0)
This is the north end of 230 rocks. A ridge runs from 230 rocks to 240 rocks with a nice ledge down it. A good place to troll for tuna.

By xfernal on 2/27/2017 • Rank (494) • Views (494) •Comments(0)
Captain Earls Rock

By xfernal on 2/9/2017 • Rank (492) • Views (491) •Comments(0)
First constructed in 1992 and still being added onto. Over 25,000 tons of quarry rock, concrete and steel Triton missile tower, and 300 tons concrete rubble have been used. This is the deepest reef of the Fish and Game reefs at 165 feet of depth. Good fishing for sand bass and pelagics in the summer months and rock fish in the winter months.

By xfernal on 7/31/2016 • Rank (491) • Views (491) •Comments(0)
This is the 3rd hump of the Outer Humps and South of the middle hump. Another good swordfish drop area.

By xfernal on 12/2/2016 • Rank (491) • Views (491) •Comments(0)
Red Bay Bank

By xfernal on 2/16/2017 • Rank (490) • Views (490) •Comments(0)
Woods Hole

By xfernal on 11/26/2015 • Rank (487) • Views (487) •Comments(0)
Deep water hump off Boynton Beach

By xfernal on 3/4/2017 • Rank (487) • Views (487) •Comments(0)
Good ledge that holds fish.

By Seamus on 3/20/2011 • Rank (487) • Views (487) •Comments(0)
34.35 -77.6256666666667

By xfernal on 3/14/2017 • Rank (485) • Views (485) •Comments(0)
Slab Rocks

By Seamus on 4/22/2011 • Rank (484) • Views (553) •Comments(0)
Snapper, Trevally, Whiting, Leatherjacket. Rocky outcrop beside 5m ledge. Water depth 6 - 14m.

By Seamus on 4/10/2015 • Rank (484) • Views (526) •Comments(0)
The Point is perhaps the most famous fishing spot off the NC coast, and specifically out of Oregon Inlet. Many of a fishing tale starts with "we were trolling at The Point when...".  This canyon with ledges and drops that come right to a point is a great place to catch tuna, including Big Eye, Bluefin, and Yellowfin. There have also been man...

By xfernal on 9/12/2016 • Rank (483) • Views (483) •Comments(0)
Good deep drop area for Swordfish.

By xfernal on 7/31/2016 • Rank (481) • Views (481) •Comments(0)
Huge hump in deep water that holds lots of fish.

By Seamus on 3/20/2011 • Rank (480) • Views (478) •Comments(0)
depth 78' 34.551959959790111 -76.338680014014244

By Seamus on 4/26/2017 • Rank (480) • Views (480) •Comments(0)

By Seamus on 4/26/2017 • Rank (480) • Views (480) •Comments(0)

By xfernal on 7/6/2017 • Rank (479) • Views (479) •Comments(0)
PEN-06

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