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New Artificial Reef Locations

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This chart represents a small sample of more than 2,000 artificial reef sites in Florida; for additional reef locations, visit MyFWC.com/Fishing.

County

Deploy Date

Reef Name

Material

Tons

Latitude

Longitude

Depth

Relief

Dade

2/20/12

Golden Beach Eternal Reefballs Site #12

Modules Concrete Reefballs (5)

1

25° 57.772' N

80° 05.884' W

43

3

Manatee

2/16/12

Southeast Tampa Bay Bridge Reef

Bridge Spans and Rubble

12,500

27° 32.870' N

82° 40.426' W

15

3

Manatee

12/30/11

2011 Florida Limestone Beach Reef North

Rock Limestone Boulders (5,405)

15,091

27° 27.185' N

82° 41.882' W

17

7

Manatee

12/30/11

2011 Florida Limestone Beach Reef South

Rock Limestone Boulders (5,405)

15,091

27° 27.082' N

82° 41.866' W

17

7

Sarasota

10/24/11

I-1, Lynn Silvertooth, #25-6

Modules Concrete Reefballs (7)

3

27° 17.130' N

82° 35.958' W

30

4

Palm Beach

9/25/11

Singer Island Mitigation Site

Rock Limestone

9,852

26° 47.140' N

80° 01.840' W

8

2

Palm Beach

9/23/11

Jupiter Inlet Site

Bridge Rubble

563

26° 57.900' N

80° 03.730' W

37

9

Palm Beach

9/23/11

Palm Beach Mid-Depth Site

Concrete Rubble

62

26° 45.280' N

80° 01.620' W

42

4

Manatee

9/22/11

3 Mile North Bridge Reef

Bridge Spans and Rubble

12,500

27° 29.904' N

82° 46.946' W

31

6

Palm Beach

9/7/11

Boynton Inlet Mitigation Site

Rock Limestone

9,381

26° 32.630' N

80° 02.510' W

6

2

Palm Beach

8/29/11

Boynton Inlet Site 2011

Rock Limestone

965

26° 32.710' N

80° 02.210' W

31

8

Palm Beach

8/1/11

Everglades Island Barge 2011

Barge Steel 87'

26° 41.271' N

80° 02.687' W

18

9

Volusia

7/29/11

Site 6 E

Barge Steel 195'

200

29° 03.067' N

80° 42.892' W

65

11

Bay

4/6/2012

John Thompson Memorial Reef

18 Concrete Modules of Three Types

36

29° 54.168' N

85° 27.972' W

22

8

Bay

4/6/2012

Mexico Beach 139

7 Concrete Modules of Three Types

16.5

29° 46.321' N

85° 41.704' W

94

8

Bay

4/6/2012

Mexico Beach 138

7 Concrete Modules of Three Types

16.5

29° 45.661' N

85° 35.930' W

84

8

Bay

4/6/2012

Mexico Beach 137

4 Concrete Modules of Three Types

8.5

29° 43.258' N

85° 29.002' W

69

8

Bay

4/6/2012

Mexico Beach 136

4 Concrete Modules of Three Types

6.5

29° 43.444' N

85° 29.143' W

69

8

Bay

4/4/2012

John and Darlene Cox Memorial Reef

1 Concrete Module Florida Limestone

2.5

29° 54.260' N

85° 27.704' W

22

8

Bay

4/4/2012

Mexico Beach 135

4 Concrete Modules of Two Types

9.5

29° 43.514' N

85° 28.498' W

60

8

Bay

4/4/2012

Mexico Beach 134

3 Concrete Modules of Two Types

7

29° 43.594' N

85° 28.809' W

65

8

Bay

4/4/2012

Mexico Beach 133

4 Concrete Modules of Three Types

9

29° 43.717' N

85° 29.394' W

70

8

Bay

4/4/2012

Mexico Beach 132

4 Concrete Modules of Three Types

9

29° 43.906' N

85° 29.051' W

65

8

Bay

4/4/2012

Mexico Beach 131

7 Concrete Modules of Three Types

16.5

29° 44.124' N

85° 29.022' W

66

8

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