Pinellas

Pinellas

Pinellas County covers the area North of Anna Maria Island all the way up to Tarpon Springs.    The area has many artificial and natural reefs from Kelly Ledge in the south to Tarpon Springs Reef in the North.
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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    Clearwater Reef
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    This reef is an artificial reef that covers an area of 0.61 X 0.55 miles which consists of concrete poles, culverts, boxes, pyramids, rubble, sinkers and fiberglass boat molds put down between 1974 and 1999. This reef is close to shore at 5.0 miles at 311 degrees from Clearwater Pass and 5.2 miles at 238 degrees from Hurricane Pass entrance. The water depths here are in the 28 foot range with a maximum relief of 8 feet. Learn More
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    Clearwater Wreck
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    This reef is an artificial reef that covers an area of 0.14 X 0.13 miles which consists of a steel ship wreck. This reef is 17.8 miles at 267 degrees from Clearwater Pass and 23.9 miles at 300 degrees from John’s pass. The water depths here are in the 60 foot range with a maximum relief of 9.4 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    Dunedin Reef
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    This reef is an artificial reef that covers an area of 0.23 X 0.39 miles which consists of of concrete culverts and pyramids put down between 1975 and 1998. There are high profile structures at the north end and pyramids 1000 feet south of the center of the reef. This reef is noted for underwater photography. This reef is close to shore at 5.5 miles at 271 degrees from Hurricane Pass and 7.6 miles at 231 degrees from Clearwater Pass. The water depths here are in the 29 foot range with a maximum relief of 5.6 feet off the bottom Learn More
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    FF Ledge
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    This is a natural ledge that covers an area of 0.33 X 0.32 miles with a high area in the north and a deeper hole in the south. The reef is 18.8 miles @262 degrees from Clearwater Pass and 23 miles @ 297 degrees from John’s pass. The water depths here are in the 70 foot range with a maximum relief of 6 feet. Learn More
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    Four Foot Ledge South
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    This reef is an natural ledge in a circular pattern and covers an area of 0.28 X 0.37 miles. This reef is 10.4 miles @ 224 degrees from Johns Pass and 9.8 miles @ 279 degrees from Bunces Pass. The water depths here are in the 40 foot range with a maximum relief of 4 feet. Learn More
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    Gregs Ledge
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    This reef is an natural ledge and covers an area of 0.49 X 1.1 miles. This reef is 13.8 miles at 289 degrees from Clearwater Pass and 23.5 miles at 317 degrees from Johns pass. The water depths here are in the 55 foot range with a maximum relief of 5.5 feet. Learn More
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    Indian Shores
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    This reef is an artificial reef that covers an area of 0.65 X 1.1 miles and consists of tons of concrete culverts and bridge material, two WWII Navy Landing Ships and a 240 ft. salt hopper barge. Each Landing ship is 200 feet and filed with scrap cable and was put down between 1983 and 2007. This reef is 16.1 miles at 288 degrees from John’s Pass and 14.3 miles at 238 degrees from Clearwater Pass. The water depths here are in the 42 foot range with a maximum relief of 6 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    Kelly Ledge
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    This reef is a natural ledge that covers an area 0.18 X 0.31 miles. The reef is 17.5 miles at 257 degrees from Passa Grill Pass and 15.8 miles at 276 degrees from the northern tip or Egmont Key. The water depths here are in the 59 foot range with a maximum relief of 9 feet. Learn More
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    Loggerhead Ledge
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    This reef is an natural ledge that covers an area 0.13 X 0.12 miles. The reef is 9.4 miles at 386 degrees from Clearwater Pass. The water depths here are in the 40 foot range. This is a natural ledge with a maximum relief of 3 feet. Learn More
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    Maderia Beach
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    This reef is an artificial reef that covers an area 0.29 X 0.45 miles and consists of widely scattered concrete culverts with 2 to 8 ft. profile and two high profile structures on the northwest corner put down between 1983 and 1985. The reef is 8.2 miles at 264 degrees from Johns Pass. The water depths here are in the 32 foot range with a maximum relief of 8 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    Mastadon Table
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    This reef is an natural ledge round plateau that covers an area of 0.17 X 0.16 miles. This reef is 17.5 miles at 255 degrees from Clearwater Pass and 21.5 miles at 292 degrees from John’s pass. The water depths here are in the 63 foot range with a maximum relief of 6 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    Pinallas II Reef
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    This reef is an artificial reef that covers and area of 0.37 X 0.61 miles and consists of the USCG Cutter Blackthorn, the tug Sheridan and a steel barge put down between 1982 and 1999. This reef is considered West Central Florida’s best wreck dive. Grouper, snapper, amberjack and crevelle jack are often found here. Yellow buoy marks the reef. This reef is 22.6 miles at 254 degrees from Clearwater Pass and 25.7 miles at 285 degrees from Johns Pass. The water depths here are in the 80 foot range with a maximum relief of 15 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    Rube Alan Reef
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    This reef is an artificial reef which covers and area of 1.7 X 1.5 miles and consists of many tall pyramid structures, the demolished old Clearwater Pass Bridge, a barge and a lot of bridge rubble put down between 1982 and 2003. This reef is 12.0 miles at 260 degrees from Clearwater Pass. The water depths here are in the 50 foot range with a maximum relief of 10 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    Sand Key Reef
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    This reef is an artificial reef covering an area of 0.34 X 0.53 miles and consists of 1200 tons of concrete culverts and boxes put down between 2001 and 2004. This reef is 0.2 mile from the shore of Sand Key and 5.0 miles at 194 degrees from Clearwater Pass. The water depths here are in the 20 foot range with a maximum relief of 5 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    South County Reef
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    This reef is an artificial reef covering an area of 0.33 X 0.27 miles and consists of 530 tons of concrete culverts, pipes, poles, junction boxes, three steel barges put down between 2001 and 2004 and the 80 ft. long tug named Orange, which was sunk in 2003. This reef is 12.5 miles at 251 degrees from Johns Pass and 14.8 miles at 282 degrees from Pass a Grill Pass. The water depths here are in the 45 foot range with a maximum relief of 8 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    Spooky Ledge
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    This reef is an natural ledge that covers an area of 0.59 X 0.55 miles. This reef is 17.2 miles at 258 degrees from Clearwater Pass and 21.8 miles at 295 degrees from Johns Pass. The water depths here are in the 63 foot range with a maximum relief of 8 feet. Learn More
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    St Pete Beach Reef
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    This reef is an artificial reef that covers and area of 0.32 X 0.49 miles and consists of concrete from the old Corey Causeway, ten US Army tanks and a 200 foot barge put down between 1976 and 1995. This reef is close to shore at 7.6 miles at 271 degrees from Pass-A-Grille Channel Entrance and 8.2 miles at 215 degrees from John’s Pass. The water depths here are in the 35 foot range with a maximum relief of 9.4 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    Tarpon Springs
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    This reef is an artificial reef that covers and area of 0.46 X 0.45 miles and consists of fiberglass boat molds and tons of concrete culverts and pyramids put down between 1982 and 1987. This reef is the most north reef and is close to shore at 3.9 miles from Tarpon Springs entrance and 8.3 miles from Hurricane Pass. The water depths here are in the 27 foot range with a maximum relief of 5 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    Ten Foot Ledge
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    This reef is an natural ledge that covers an area of 0.53 X 0.91 miles. This reef is 22.5 miles at 264 degrees from from Johns Pass and 25.6 miles at 282 degrees from Pass a Grill Pass. The water depths here are in the 72 foot range with a maximum relief of 9 feet. Learn More
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    Treasure Island
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    This reef is an artificial reef that covers an area of 0.26 x 0.39 miles and consists of concrete pilings, pyramids and rubble and was put down in 1995. This reef is close to shore at 6.6 miles at 245 degrees from Johns Pass and 9.6 miles at 296 degrees from Pass a Grill Pass. The water depths here are in the 30 foot range with a maximum relief of 6.2 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    Trouble Ledge
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    This reef is a natural ledge which covers and area of 0.21 X 0.30 and has a high area in the middle. The reef is 18.9 miles @261 degrees from Clearwater Pass and 23 miles @ 296 degrees from John’s pass. The water depths here are in the 70 foot range with a maximum relief of 4 feet. Learn More
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    Veteran Reef
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    This reef is an artificial reef that covers and area 0.98 X 1.36 miles and consists of concrete junctions boxes, culverts, slabs, poles, manholes and cutoff pilings along with two North West rows of tetrahedrons put down between 1999 and 2004. Three 100 foot steel barges are just south of the yellow buoy. There are high profile structures north of the buoy. The reef is 11.7 miles at 272 degrees from Hurricane Pass and 12.8 miles at 300 degrees from Clearwater Pass. The water depths here are in the 45 foot range with a maximum relief of 9.4 feet off the bottom. There is a plaque 50 feet from the center buoy that commemorates all veterans. Learn More
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