Artificial and Natural Reefs

Fishing Status has 61461 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 3/21/2021 • Views (4604)
The Captiva Blue Hole or The Crack as sometimes called locally, is geologically a sinkhole and a very popular diving and fishing location. The rim of the hole is about 95 feet deep and drops down to 180 feet.  Lots of Snapper and Grouper. Amberjack and Barracuda frequenty hang out above the hole.    Video of a dive on the...

By Seamus on 2/10/2017 • Views (4556)
Distance from nearest access point (km): Crowdy Harbour  17  Depth (m): 79

By Seamus on 4/22/2011 • Views (4489)
Whiting, Garfish. Reef bottom.

By Seamus on 12/10/2021 • Views (4304)
37 CONCRETE CULVERTS

By Seamus on 12/24/2021 • Views (4202)
5 Fathom Bank runs for many miles to the South from here. There are lots of drop offs and broken bottom in the area. Snapper ( pinkies ), Sambos, Skippy and KGs are the primary targets. You can also catch Dhufish and Harly sometimes.. Trolling the bank can produce Spanish Mackerel as well. You will catch Wrasse and lose tackle bottom fishing on t...

By Seamus on 5/30/2016 • Views (4063)
Distance from nearest access point (km): Ulladulla Harbour - 22km Depth (m): 120

By xfernal on 4/21/2023 • Views (3910)

By GSpots on 2/19/2021 • Views (3852)
This underwater cypress forest is estimated to be 52,000 years old. They were buried in sediment, but were likely uncovered by Hurricane Katrina in 2005.   The stumps of the cypress trees span an area estimated at 0.5 square miles (1.3 kilometers), approximately 10 miles off the beach, and sit about 60 feet (18 meters) below the sur...

By Seamus on 11/12/2018 • Views (3811)

By Seamus on 1/15/2014 • Views (3693)

By xfernal on 3/16/2017 • Views (3722)
N 36* 13.514 W 075* 14.970 Good reef donkey action.

By Seamus on 9/12/2023 • Views (3662)
The reef is known for lots of lingcod. There is also some rockfish here. Bank 67

By Seamus on 5/28/2014 • Views (3650)
Part of the South Carolina Artificial Reef Program, this is a dual site consisting of a tug-boat and a military landing craft. The site attracts a variety of fish, including grouper, snapper, black sea bass, and queen angels.

By Seamus on 3/1/2018 • Views (3620)
The Florida Middle Grounds are approximately 460 square miles of ancient coral reefs located in this area. These reefs consist of a series of both high and low relief limestone ledges and pinnacles that drop almost 50 feet at some points.

By Seamus on 8/11/2021 • Views (3582)
Kiawah Reef (4KI) 2 buoys mark reef Water depth 20-40'. North Buoy 32 29.451, 80 00.058 South Buoy 32 28.870, 80 00.441 300' Hopper Barge 32 29.531, 80 00.243 260' Deck Barge 32 29.436, 80 00.243 62' Lash Barge 32 29.159, 80 00.262 Automobiles 32 29.128, 80 00.214 DryDock 32 28.858, 80 00.402 100' Deck Barge 32 28.790, 8...

By Seamus on 3/2/2021 • Views (3581)
Started on 15-Jun-77 Concrete Rubble artificial reef.  

By Seamus on 4/15/2017 • Views (3523)
Flat Deck Steel Barge 25'W x 66' L

By xfernal on 2/9/2017 • Views (3463)
AA East (20478) is a gas/oil platform built by Whitney Oil & Gas, LLC and installed on 01/01/1960. AA East is considered a minor platform that stands in 65 feet of water and may provide habitat for many different nearshore species of fish. Most common species include Amberjack, Barracuda, Bonita (Little Tunny), Cobia, King Mackerel, Red Grouper, R...

By Seamus on 5/6/2011 • Views (3435)
CONCRETE CULVERTS (23)]]> 29.7503333333333 -84.5743333333333

By Seamus on 3/15/2017 • Views (3378)
HORSESHOE REEF

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