Canyons, Ledges, Rocks, and Shoals

Fishing Status has 42586 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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By Seamus on 3/21/2021 • Views (7070)
Good ledge/drop off to 20 meters that holds nice Snapper.

By Seamus on 4/27/2023 • Views (6849)
Good area for trolling for kings

By Seamus on 3/1/2021 • Views (6567)

By Seamus on 4/13/2011 • Views (6304)
Name PAVILION KEY 6 MILE REEF County COLLIER Depth (in feet) 18 Relief (in feet) 0 Description LOWERED BY CRANE TO THE BOTTOM (NOT LOCATED 12/01) Date of Deployment April 28 1989 Primary Material CONCRETE CULVERTS Tonnage 0 Coordinates 25.68833333, -81.46666667

By Seamus on 4/10/2018 • Views (6236)

By Seamus on 12/21/2021 • Views (6226)
EGMONT KEY REEF #26 (Bay) Relief (in feet) 8 Description GULF PIER -FT. DESOTO PILE CUTOFFS Date of Deployment May 17 2002 Primary Material CONCRETE PILE CUTOFFS Tonnage 44.4

By Seamus on 3/21/2021 • Views (6092)
Very good Snapper close to Edithburg.

By Seamus on 2/27/2021 • Views (5969)
Matagorda Island Liberty Ship Reef (MI-616) Donor: Texas Coastal & Marine Council Structure: Liberty Ship-Dwight L. Moody Distance From: Port OConnor 22 nm   "The Matagorda Island Liberty Ship Reef is composed of three Liberty Ships, the Dwight L. Moody, the Jim Bridger and the George Dewey. Nine other Liberty Ships are located at...

By Seamus on 8/13/2017 • Views (5778)

By Seamus on 8/13/2021 • Views (5703)
Frying Pan Shoals Tower is a decommissioned lighthouse about 30 miles offshore of North Carolina. The tower is 80 feet tall and stands in 50 feet of water. It was purchased in 2010 and is currently being renovated and being used as a "rustic" vacation spot. See website: Frying Pan Tower Facebook Page:...

By Seamus on 4/14/2015 • Views (5547)
Nice ledges and drops in this area that holds fish year round.

By xfernal on 3/23/2022 • Views (5502)
This is a good place for bottom fishing as well as trolling for billfish blackfin and yellowfin tuna.

By Seamus on 8/2/2023 • Views (5489)
Drop Off. Whiting

By xfernal on 11/30/2015 • Views (5394)
The Triple Ledge 31° 16.769  79° 52.069

By Seamus on 4/24/2023 • Views (5164)
14 Mile Bank, also known as Lasuen Bank,  is a popular area to troll for tuna, including Bonito and Bluefin Tuna. It is also a good spot to catch Yellowtails. Opah have been caught here as well. 

By xfernal on 7/3/2013 • Views (4868)
Cowpens Cut is a cut that connects Key Largo to Islamorada. 

By xfernal on 3/3/2015 • Views (4802)
Lots of riprap on both sides of this bridge

By xfernal on 3/23/2022 • Views (4848)
The 230 Rocks off Hatteras are composed of ledges and rocks and usually a break is in the area. This is a good area to work and troll north toward 280 rocks. Lots of tuna, including Yellowfin are caught in this area.

By Seamus on 6/9/2012 • Views (4739)

By Seamus on 5/17/2013 • Views (4799)
Average Depth: 38'  Buoy Location in GPS ddm: 33° 50.217' / 078° 22.033'  LORAN Coordinates: Chain (GRI) 7980 / 45398.0 / 59323.0  General Location: 183° M, 3.0 nm from the Shallotte Inlet sea buoy Material Deployment Date(s) GPS  (Decimal Minutes) Railroad boxcars: 10 Sep-86 33° 50.100'...

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