Charlotte

Charlotte

Charlotte county covers the area South of Englewood to the mouth of Charlotte Harbor.   The area has many artificial reefs from Tremblay Reef in the south to Englewood reef in the North.   Charlotte Harbor Reef is right in the middle of Charlotte Harbor.  Each reef description will tell you the distance from a well know landmark so you can get a good idea how far out it is.

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    Charlotte Harbor Reef
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    This is an artificial reef consisting of tons of concrete culverts, bridge rubble, slab materials and reef balls in a north/south line about .9 miles long. It is located 3.6 miles @168 degrees from G1 marker west of Punta Gorda and 3 miles @ 343 degrees from marker G1 west of Pirate Harbor, generally in the east center of Charlotte Harbor. The material was placed there between 1983 and 1999. The water depths here are in the 12 foot range. Learn More
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    Englewood Fish Haven Reef
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    This is an artificial reef consisting of tons of concrete bridge rubble scatered over a .2 miles square with low 1 to 3 foot relief. It is located 1.6 miles@ 306 degrees from Stump Pass. The reef was created in 1960 and has plenty of coral growing on it. The water depths here are in the 22 foot range. Learn More
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    Novak Reef
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    This is an artificial reef consisting of 88 concrete bridge sections and 700 culverts scatered over a .3 miles square with up to a 6.65 foot relief. It is located 2.6 miles @266 degrees from Gasparilla Pass. The reef was created between 2003 and 2004. The water depths here are in the 30 foot range. Learn More
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    Palm Island Ferry Reef
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    This is an artificial reef consisting of a 60 ft. x 20 ft steel car ferry, a 70 ft. x 23 ft steel barge, concrete boxes, pilings and steel spuds scatered over a .18 mile square with up to a 6.5 foot relief. This site is 12.8 miles @ 245 degrees from Stump Pass. The reef was created in 1999. The water depths here are in the 45 foot range. Learn More
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    Stump Pass 3 Mile Reef
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    This is an artificial reef consisting of 547 tons of concrete culverts scatered over a 360 foot square with up to a 5.6 foot relief. It is located 6.3 miles @255 degrees from Stump Pass. The reef was created in 1992. The water depths here are in the 43 foot range. Learn More
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    Tremblay Reef
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    This is an artificial reef consisting of tons of bridge concrete and a 90 ft x 23 ft steel barge scatered over a .23 mile square with up to a 10.5 foot relief. It is located 6 miles @264 degrees from Gasparilla Pass. The reef was created between 2003 and 2005. The water depths here are in the 42 foot range. Learn More
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