Sarasota

Sarasota

Sarasota county covers the area North of Venus Florida up to University Parkway and the Sarasota Bradenton Airport to the north.    The area has many artificial and natural reefs from M14 in the south to the various inshore fishing reefs like Fisher reef in the North.   Reef are in three categories, Inshore (I), Medium (M) and Deep (MD).   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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  1. Reef View
    County Reef
    $2.99
    The site is an area of natural rough uneven bottom. This site is 9.4 miles @238 Degrees from Sarasota New Pass, The water depths here are in the 42 foot range. Learn More
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    Cuda Hole
    $2.99
    The site is a natural broken ledge including a round 45 ft diameter hole 4 foot deep. There are deep undercuts to the hole which shelter fish and turtles. This site is 11.7 miles @240 degrees from Sarasota Pass. The water depths here are in the 48 foot range. Learn More
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    Cuda Ledge
    $2.99
    The site consists of a 1-1/2 mile long natural ledge with a large undercut. There are two large table top structures in the north east.This site is 11.9 miles @ 239 degrees from New Pass. The water depths here are in the 50 foot range. Learn More
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    Eric Reef
    $2.99
    This area is a hardbottom with lots of holes and small ledges that holds lots of fish. This site is 11.31 miles @287 degrees from Venice Inlet and 9.2 miles @208 degrees from Siesta Key Inlet. The water depths here are in the 48 foot range. Learn More
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    Fisher Reef
    $0.08
    FREE! This is an artificial reef consists of concrete rubble, boxes and piles from the old New Pass bridge and put down starting in 1980. This site is close to shore at 2.8 miles @226 degrees miles from New Pass. The water depths here is in the 31 foot range. Learn More
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    Hart Reef
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    This is an artificial reef and consists of 820 cubic yards of concrete block put down in 1989, broken concrete block put down in 1993 and 75 bay balls put down in 1997. It has a very low profile due to the shallow depth.This site is 2.2 miles @ 317 degrees from Sarasota Centennial Park Ramp. It is in South Sarasota Bay, East of the Intercostal Waterway. The water depths here are in the 10 foot range. Learn More
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    LDG02 Reef
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    This site is a natural broken ledge covering a 0.25 mile square. This site is 13.5 miles @266 degrees from Sarasota Pass. The water depths here are in the 44 foot range. Learn More
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    M1 Reef
    $2.99
    This is an artificial reef covering a 0.23 mile square and consists of a 110' x 30' barge put down in 1987 and over a thousand tons of concrete culvers put down starting in 1993. This site is 8.2 miles @261 degrees from New Pass. The water depths here are in the 39 foot range. Learn More
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    M10 Reef
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    This is an artificial reef covering a 0.14 x 0.2 mile area. The reef consists of a large upside down barge with the both sides open and a small fiberglass boat on the north west side. This site is 15.8 miles @ 249 degrees from Venice Inlet. The water depths here are in the 70 foot range and has a maximum relief of 7.5 feet off the bottom. . Learn More
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    M11 Reef
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    This is an artificial reef covering a .16 mile square area. The reef consists of hundreds of concrete reef balls put down in 2001 and have a relief of 2 to 3 feet. This site is 17.6 miles @ 239 degrees from Venice Inlet. The water depths here are in the 70 foot range. and have a maximum relief of 2.6 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    M13 Reef
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    This is an artificial reef covering a .14 mile square area. The reef consists of 350 tons of concrete culverts put down in 1997 and additional tons of concrete culverts put down post 1998. This site is 13.3 miles @ 178 degrees from the Venice Inlet and 7.7 miles @ 281 degrees from Stump Pass. The water depths here are in the 42 foot range and has a maximum relief of 6.5 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    M14 Reef
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    This is an artificial reef covering a 460 foot square area. The reef consists of hundreds of tons of concrete culverts put down in 2007. This site is 16.8 miles @ 173 degrees from the Venice Inlet and 6.3 miles @ 253 degrees from Stump Pass. The water depths here are in the 43 foot range and has a maximum relief of 7.2 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    M15 Reef
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    This is an artificial reef covering a 0.1 mile square area. The reef consists of 2200 tons of concrete culverts and rubble, some mixer drums put down in 1991. This site is 5.0 miles @246 degrees from Venice Inlet. The water depths here are in the 38 foot range and has a maximum relief of 9 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    M16 Reef
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    This is an artificial reef covering a 0.3 mile square area. The reef consists of 785 tons of concrete culverts, catch basins and beams and was put down in 1994. This site is 8.5 miles @ 247 degrees from Venice Inlet. The water depths here are in the 49 foot range and has a maximum relief of 12.9 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    M17 Reef
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    This is an artificial reef covering a 0.21 x .3 mile area. The reef consists of concrete culverts and 120 reef balls put down in 1995. This site is 12.0 miles @ 246 degrees from Venice Inlet. The water depths here are in the 60 foot range and has a maximum relief of 3.6 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    M2 Reef
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    This is an artificial reef covering a 0.12 mile square and consisting of tons of concrete culverts and boxes put down starting in 1990 with a relief up to 5.3 feet. It is 7.9 miles @ 261 degrees from New Pass. The water depths here are in the 38 foot range. Learn More
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    M3 Reef
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    This is an artificial reef covering a 0.28 mile square and consisting of concrete culverts and boxes with some high reliefs up to 14 feet. This site is 8.6 miles @ 246 degrees from New Pass. The water depths here are in the 40 foot range. Learn More
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    M4 Reef
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    This is an artificial reef covering a 0.15 mile square which consists of over 500 tons of concrete rubble and 318 concrete reefballs put down starting in 1991. This site is 9.6 miles @236 degrees from New Pass. The water depths here are in the 42 foot range. These deeper reefs will attract larger fish than the shallow reefs. Learn More
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    M5 Reef
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    This is an artificial reef covering a 500 foot square which consists of consists of 600 tons or oval and round concrete culverts put down in 1994 . This site is 10.8 miles @ 228 degrees from New Pass. The water depths here are in the 40 foot range and has a maximum relief of 17 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    M6 Reef
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    This is an artificial reef covering a 0.15 x .026 mile area and consists of 1222 tons of concrete culverts put down in 1989 and tons of other concrete culverts put down post 1990. This site is 12.9 miles @ 221 degrees from New Pass. The water depths here are in the 55 foot range and has a maximum relief of 5.6 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    M7 Reef
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    This is an artificial reef covering a 0.23 mile square area. The reef consists of 10 old railroad boxcars and 600 tons of concrete culverts put down in 1995. Additional tons of concrete culverts and boxcars were put down post 1995. This site is 13.7 miles @ 253 degrees from New Pass. The water depths here are in the 50 foot range and has a maximum relief of 4.5 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    M8 Reef
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    This is an artificial reef covering a 0.42 mile square area. The reef consists of a steel landing craft put down in 1985, 20 steel boxcars which were put down in 1988 and and 5 army M60 tanks put down in 1995. This site is 15.5 miles @ 237 degrees from New Pass. The water depths here are in the 63 foot range and has a maximum relief of 9.4 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    M9 Reef
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    This is an artificial reef covering a 0.31 x 0.52 mile area. The reef consists of six M60 Army tanks put down in 1995 and tons of concrete rubble. This site is 14.6 miles @ 258 degrees from Venice Inlet. The water depths here are in the 64 foot range and has a maximum relief of 9.1 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    MD1 Reef
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    This is an artificial reef covering a 0.25 x .41 mile area. The reef consists of a upside down barge and a concrete filled hopper barge. This site is 25.9 miles @ 277 degrees from New Pass and 21.5 miles from Venice Inlet. The water depths here are in the 80 foot range and has a maximum relief of 5.3 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    RFS05 Reef
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    This site is a natural broken bottom covering a 0.15 mile square area. This site is 1.9 miles @191 degrees from Sarasota Pass. The water depths here are in the 24 foot range and has a maximum relief of 1.4 feet. Learn More
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    Roeher Reef
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    This is an artificial reef covering a 245 x 340 foot area. The reef consists of concrete rubble form the old Orange Ave Bridge and put down in 1981. This site is close to shore at 1.7 miles @ 187 degrees from New Pass. The water depths here are in the 22 foot range and has a maximum relief of 6.5 feet off the bottom. Learn More
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    Silvertooth Reef
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    This is an artificial reef covering a 0.43 x .39 mile area. The reef consists of concrete rubble, blocks, decking and pilings put down from 1980 to 2010. This site is close to shore at 3.0 miles @ 191 degrees from New Pass. The water depths here are in the 30 foot range. Learn More
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    Venice Inshore Reef
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    This is an artificial reef covering a 0.16 x 0.22 mile area. The reef consists of may tons of concrete culverts and rubble with a maximum relief of 6 feet. This site is close to shore at 2.6 miles @ 163 degrees from Venice Inlet and .31 miles @ 253 degrees from the beach near the Venice Airport. The water depths here are in the 22 foot range. Sharks teeth can usually be found in and around the concrete. Learn More
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    Venice Ledge
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    This site is a natural ledge covering a 0.25 mile square area. This site is 3.0 miles @205 degrees from Venice Inlet. The water depths here are in the 30 foot range. Learn More
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    Venice North Reef
    $2.99
    This is an artificial reef covering a 0.23 x .35 mile area. The reef consists of concrete bridge rubble from the old Venice bridge and pier and was put down in 1980 and 1981. This site is close to shore at 1.2 miles @ 230 degrees from Venice Inlet. The water depths here are in the 28 foot range. Learn More
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