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Fishing & Dive Sites memory card from florida go fishingBroward County, from Hollywood Beach to Pompano Beach including Fort Lauderdale in the middle, has 23 miles of reefs on the South East Florida Reef Tract. There are three distinct ridges of natural reefs called 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Reefs all of which run from North Miami to Palm Beach. The reefs are very close to shore, the furthest is only 1 mile from shore, where the Gulf Stream baths the reefs with clean, clear water and attracts hundreds of fish species. You don't have to go far to find good fishing in the Fort Lauderdale area! Sprinkled in and around these reefs are hundreds of wrecks and artificial reefs for your fishing adventures. The Greater Fort Lauderdale area is known as "The Wreck Capital of the World" with over 100 shipwrecks on 23 miles of reefs in 30 to 300 feet of water-this area is truly an anglers & divers paradise. star iconSoutheast Reefs & Shipwrecks GPS File Downloads pdf iconPDF kml icon KML gpx iconGPX  List Updated 10/14/2015

 

Site ID / Reef Name Materials / Description Latitude Longitude D R
BR-1 Cruz del Sur 287' German Freighter 1956 Tronsta Eva smugglr 2558.167 8004.637 230  
BR-2 Conmar 231 ton Cargo Ship 2600.01 7960 830  
BR-3 Eben-Ezer-2 85' Island Freighter Governors Riverwalk 2600.398 8005.589 70 24
BR-4 Hollywood Reef - Site E 10 Reef 12 Pallet 12 Bay Balls 2600.459 8005.62 70 4
BR-5 Hollywood - Site E 2 Steel Barges 30 Reefballs 180 Pcs Concre Pipe 2600.459 8005.623 65 6
BR-6 Curry Reef E 30' Steel Barge with Crane Boom Pieces 2600.486 8005.606 75  
BR-7 Donald G McAllister 101'x26'x25' Steel Hulled NY Harbor Tugboat 2600.548 8005.565 70 25
BR-8 Captain DeDe 50' Concrete Sailboat 2600.575 8005.591 74  
BR-9 Dantor 160' Steel Freighter Governors Riverwalk 2600.59 8004.99 128 35
BR-10 Summerfield 40'x12' Ferro Cement Sailboats 2600.601 8005.599 70 10
BR-11 Sea Con Reef - NSWC Arrays 2 Acoustic Steel Arrays and Concrete 2600.601 8005.624 74  
BR-12 Michelline 32'x12' Ferro Cement Sailboat 2600.602 8005.597 70 10
BR-13 Miss Dania Beach 126' Canadian Naval Vessel 2600.605 8005.502 71 27
BR-14 Emmi Boggs - Site E 55'x14' LCM Barge 2600.606 8005.617 75 5
BR-15 Grady Hopper Barge 61'x31' Barge With 150 tons of Limestone 2600.615 8005.644 70 12
BR-16 Curry Reef 30'x20' Steel Barge with Crane Boom Pieces 2600.648 8005.606 75  
BR-17 Crazy Jim 39' Wooden Hull Vessel 2601.01 8001.98 822  
BR-18 USS Memphis Mitigation 1 Limestone Boulders 2603.139 8005.83 40  
BR-19 USS Memphis Mitigation 2 Warren Modules 2603.175 8005.823 40  
BR-20 USS Memphis Mitigation 3 Ajacks 2603.224 8005.82 40  
BR-21 USS Memphis Mitigation 4 Reefballs 2603.26 8005.782 40  
BR-22 ATT Mitigation DERM Modules 2603.365 8005.813 40  
BR-23 Erojacks Dania Hundreds Erojacks Perpendicular to Shore 2603.738 8006.435 12 8
BR-24 Sama 565 ton Nicaraguan Freighter 1922 cargo bananas 2604.022 7944.985 355  
BR-25 Barracuda Reef-Southicon mooring buoy ok to fish Ledges with 25 mooring buoys 2604.09 8005.78    
BR-26 JUL Reef 6 Boulder Mounds 2604.22 8006.562 10  
BR-27 Joes Nightmare Barge 90'x30' Steel Barge 2604.225 8004.225 217  
BR-28 Barracude Reef-Centericon mooring buoy ok to fish Center of 25 Mooring Buoys 2604.575 8005.505 35 15
BR-29 Chris Craft Molds Chris Craft Boat Molds 2604.85 8003.237 210  
BR-30 Barracuda Reef-Northicon mooring buoy ok to fish Ledges with 25 mooring buoys 2604.99 8005.72 35 15
BR-31 Te Amo - Site D 104' Wood Racing Sailboat 1925 near Stardancer 2605.187 8003.211 215  
BR-32 Hammerhead Reef 2.5 mile Reef runs Port Everglades cut ending at Dania Pier 2605.25 8005.166 80 18
BR-33 Marriott Reef - Site D 94' DC-4 Airplane 2605.479 8003.946 71 5
BR-34 Port Everglades Inlet GPS Waypoint aka Harbor inlet 2605.59 8006.337    
BR-35 Spotfin Reef Ledge w crevices and caves-Best fishing west side near drop 2605.88 8005.05 65  
BR-36 Yankee Clipper Erojacks Hundreds 4' Concr Erojacks E - W Patch Reefs 2605.95 8005.376 25 8
BR-37 Kathryn Dwyer 36' Vessel 2606 8004.86 82  
BR-38 C-54 Airplane 4 Engine C-54 Airplane cir 1945 sunk as AR 2606.44 8004.23 71  
BR-39 Osborne Barge Erojacks and Tires 2606.449 8003.896 65 8
BR-40 Moonshot; River Bend 45' Steel Vessel 2606.641 8003.83 70 10
BR-41 Houseboat 70' Steel Houseboat and other Vessels 2606.677 8003.716 95 12
BR-42 Port Everglades Reef Concrete Piers 2606.76 8004.04 145  
BR-43 Grady Barges 2 Steel Barges each 23x43'x4' 2606.764 8004.228 191 4
BR-44 Tracor Navy Drydock Site D 200' Stl DryDock upright Hull Molds Sm Vessels 2606.765 8004.233 210 60
BR-45 AFDL-8 Former Navy Floating Dry Dock 2606.8 8004.167 220  
BR-46 Nova AR 1 Artificial Reef 2607.025 8004.12 70 8
BR-47 Qualmann Barge 100' Barge 2607.058 8003.337 145 6
BR-48 Nova AR 2 Artificial Reef 2607.198 8003.865    
BR-49 Reuben Reef PVC Structure Tote Machines 2607.25 8004.6 70  
BR-50 US Concrete Pipe Concrete Pipe Culverts 2607.28 8004.5 70  
BR-51 Rinker Experimental Deep 20 Pre-Fab Cubes 1x1 MeterNova Layer Cake Units 2607.35 8005.49 70 3
BR-52 Chevron 1 12 Service Station Steel Fuel Tanks 2607.4 8004.55 73  
BR-53 Chris Coffman Mem Reefballs 11 Reefballs (4 Reefball 2 Pallet 4 Bayball) 2607.46 8005.88 23 3
BR-54 Rinker Deep Site 8 Pallet Balls 2607.461 8004.894 65  
BR-55 Rinker Experimental Shoal 40 Pre-Fab Cubes 1x1 MeterNova Layer Cake Units 2607.462 8005.38 23 3
BR-56 Four Reef Balls 4 Pallet Balls 62 Total 2607.462 8005.885 24 4
BR-57 The Caves - Twin Ledges Sicon mooring buoy ok to fish Broken Ledge w fingers caves-2 m N Port Everglades Inlet 2607.48 8005.51 30  
BR-58 Nova Tire Chip - Rubber Reef 4 Reefs 50 Tetrahedrons each 25 Sm 25 Lrg 2607.49 8005.89 23 5
BR-59 Nova Reefballs-Midwater Prefabricated Concrete Reefball Modules 2607.494 8004.912 45 4
BR-60 Eagle Scout Reefballs C 24 Reefballs - 15 Pallet and 3 Bay Balls 2607.496 8005.889 23 3
BR-61 Monomy 82' Wooden Luxury Yacht broken on side 2607.52 8004.35 60  
BR-62 Nova Deep Reefballs 30 Pallet Balls Nova Experiment 2607.62 8004.89 69  
BR-63 The Caves - Centericon mooring buoy ok to fish Center of 10 Mooring Buoys 2607.631 8005.354 30  
BR-64 Great Lakes Pontoons and Pipe 2607.69 8003.91 170  
BR-65 The Caves - Twin Ledges Nicon mooring buoy ok to fish Broken Ledge w fingers caves-2 m N Port Everglades Inlet 2607.75 8005.46 30  
BR-66 Spaghetti Barge Barge and Small Vessels 2607.76 8004.22 105  
BR-67 Deep Reef Balls C 5 Pallet and 1 Bay Ball 2607.807 8004.39 144 4
BR-68 Powell Barge Barge DB24 with Cement Mixer Drums Pilings 2607.888 8003.445 314  
BR-69 NSWC Cable Spools - Site D Cable Spools 2607.95 8004.63 150 6
BR-70 Cheveron 3 Service Station Fuel Tanks 2608.09 8004.14 190  
BR-71 Hog Heaven 170'x70'x11' Barge upside Lt House Towers Pipe 2608.102 8004.786 69 15
BR-72 Wayne 120' Barge 200' NNE from Hog Heaven - lots of fish 2608.102 8004.833 70  
BR-73 Pipe And Pontoon Steel Pipes part of Hog Heaven 2608.105 8004.786 70  
BR-74 Nova/Swiss Cheese - Shallow 30 Concrete Cubes many hole sizes Nova Research 2608.13 8005.79 24 3
BR-75 Nova/Rinker Project 30 Concrete Swiss Cheese Modules 2608.19 8004.95 67  
BR-76 Sherida Express C-1 Reef 143'x28' Coastal Freighter aka Pee Wee Vreeland 2608.206 8004.967 25 35
BR-77 Osborne Tire Reef Thousands Loose Tires 60' Barge Concr Culverts 2608.322 8004.897 64 3
BR-78 Grouper Grotto - Chevron 2 60' Barge 15 Fuel Tanks Culverts Dredge Pipe 2608.382 8004.328 150 6
BR-79 Matts Barge Barge upside down with Tires and Rubble 2608.43 8004.813 70 10
BR-80 Unnamed Barge Center of Osborne Tire Reef 2608.52 8004.886 70 15
BR-81 Eternal Reefs 1 15 Eternal Reef Balls 2608.551 8004.894 65 4
BR-82 Eternal Reefs 2 18 Eternal Reef Balls 2608.553 8004.894 65 6
BR-83 Eternal Reef C2 12 Reefballs Three Sizes1-4x6 3-3x4 8-2x3 2608.553 8004.916 65 3
BR-84 DNR Barges - Hog Haven Barge Pieces 2608.557 8004.637 70  
BR-85 Dog Pile - C-2 Reef 100 Feet Diameter 491 tons Limestone Boulders 2608.559 8004.852 65 10
BR-86 Bulk Trader 180' Freighter part of Governors Riverwalk 2608.61 8003.835 313 40
BR-87 Trio Bravo 149'x27' Ice Breaking Tug 1898 as Cumberland 2608.727 8004.293 145 20
BR-88 Duzaway Houseboat 70' Old Houseboat patch reef near 3 wrecks 2608.81 8005.005 87 18
BR-89 Nova Reefball Study 30 Pallet Balls 2608.88 8004.81 70  
BR-90 Frank Baker 100 ton Trawler 2609.01 7951.98 155  
BR-91 Oakland Ridge-Southicon mooring buoy ok to fish Ridges Ledges Caves w swiss cheese holes on top-lobsters 2609.02 8005.4 30  
BR-92 Bill Boyd Reef - Site C 211' German Freighter built 1964 2609.088 8003.842 265 60
BR-93 Nova Reef Roc Artificial Reef 201 Reef Roc Units 2609.1 8005.195 43 1
BR-94 Wendy Rossheim - Our House III 118' Steel Defoe Christmaster cir 1945 damaged 2609.183 8004.82 65  
BR-95 Paul Sherman - Salvager III 56' Salvage Vessel converted Shrimper 2609.19 8004.83 70  
BR-96 Robert Edmister - Cape Gull 95' USCG Cutter built 1953 - sits upright 2609.193 8004.837 76 30
BR-97 Oakland Ridge-Centericon mooring buoy ok to fish Center of 15 Mooring Buoys 2609.276 8005.072 30  
BR-98 Mercedes Iicon represents no spearfishing at this site 197'x30' Steel Freightr 1952 famous Palm Bch Wk 2609.37 8004.513 97  
BR-99 Oakland Ridge-Northicon mooring buoy ok to fish Ridges Ledges Caves w swiss cheese holes on top-lobsters 2609.47 8005.34 30  
BR-100 Harbour Towne - Pride Wreck 95' Steel Hull Sailboat attached to Jay Scutti 2609.52 8004.76 67 23
BR-101 Jay Scutti aka Arikok 95' Dutch Steel Tug cir 1961 marijuana smuggler 2609.52 8004.76 67 23
BR-102 Ken Vitale - The Tracey 132'x32'x10' Oil Rig Supply Ship drug traffickr 2609.559 8004.763 70 29
BR-103 Merci Jesus - Lauderdale C-2 90'x26'x20' Steel Freighter upright drug smuggl 2609.635 8004.747 72 20
BR-104 Poinciana - Jim Atria Reef 240' Dutch Freighter cir 1961 upright 2609.87 8004.225 135  
BR-105 Eli Allen 968 ton Schooner 2610.01 7937.98 375  
BR-106 Corky Micco Reef - Site C 41' Steel Hulled Sailboat aka Sea Bear 2610.085 8004.709 65 6
BR-107 Bruce Mueller Reef Site C 45' Steel Chris Craft built 1955 2610.116 8004.706 65  
BR-108 Peter B McAllister 85' Tugboat upright near Corky M Bruce Mueller 2610.149 8004.718 69 30
BR-109 Fla League of Anglers C 144' Navy Minesweeper 2610.15 8003.36 388 25
BR-110 Rebel - Site C 128'x24' Dutch Freighter 1947 Cornelis smugglr 2610.253 8004.332 110 35
BR-111 Ronald B Johnson 170' Freighter 1955 Otto near Corey Chris wks 2610.253 8004.332 268  
BR-112 Bud Krohn 183' Steel Spanish Freighter 2610.26 8002.42 400  
BR-113 NSWC Cable Spools Cable Spools 2610.49 8003.22 150  
BR-114 Unknown Wreck Wreck 2610.514 8003.453 109  
BR-115 Chevron - Rodeo 39 Fuel Storage Tanks donated by Chevron 2610.545 8002.818 170 5
BR-116 Mako Boat Molds Donated By Mako 2610.905 8002.74 240  
BR-117 Pompano Ledge Moorings-Sicon mooring buoy ok to fish Flat Rock Reef runs parallel to shore 1st reef line Pompano 2611.05 8005.09 33 15
BR-118 Nova/Swiss Cheese - Deep 29 Concrete Cubes many hole sizes Nova Research 2611.19 8004.95 70 3
BR-119 Anglins Ledge-Centericon mooring buoy ok to fish Center of 11 Mooring Buoys 2611.338 8005.246    
BR-120 Anglin Pier Reef Reef and Ledge 1 mile offshore of Lauderdale By the Sea Pier 2611.393 8004.36 60  
BR-121 Hall of Fame Reef-Southicon mooring buoy ok to fish Ledges with Coral Archways off Lauderdale by the Sea 2611.43 8005.1 30  
BR-122 Andys Ledge Ledge Blocks 3rd reef line aka Andy's Hoghole Secret Reef 2611.455 8004.351 60  
BR-123 Hall of Fame Reef-Centericon mooring buoy ok to fish Center of 9 Mooring Buoys 2611.581 8005    
BR-124 Hall of Fame Reef-Northicon mooring buoy ok to fish Ledges with Coral Archways off Lauderdale by the Sea 2611.68 8005.08 30  
BR-125 Tote Machines 160 pieces of Steel Tote Machines 2611.81 8003.31 200  
BR-126 Copenhagen SSicon mooring buoy ok to fishicon Archaeological Preserve 325'x47'x25' British Cargo 1898 Hist Preserve 2612.349 8005.108 35  
BR-127 Cumberland Barge Barge next to Copenhagen 2612.35 8005.08 35  
BR-128 Miller Lite - Rodeo Site 186'x29' German Refrig. Cargo 1957 2612.394 8002.749 155 50
BR-129 Kornahrens Reef 1800 tons of Navy Sub Netting 2612.48 8003.19 140  
BR-130 Caicos Express 188'x29' Dutch Freighter 1956 movie Miami Vice 2612.502 8003.663 240  
BR-131 Guy Harvey - Lady Kimberly 185' Steel Haitian Freighter 1957 Pomp Rodeo 2612.647 8003.944 135 25
BR-132 Pompano Drop Off-Centericon mooring buoy ok to fish Center of 52 Mooring Buoys 2613.034 8005.028    
BR-133 Imor Reef 84' Polish Steel Trawler 2613.048 8003.76 165  
BR-134 Lowrance - Mazon Wreck 435'x55' Canadian Freighter built 1953 2613.202 8003.64 200 70
BR-135 Mariner 2 - Mary St Phillip 120' Steel Tug sunk with Mariner 2 Barge 2613.353 8003.189 125  
BR-136 Renegade - Rodeo Site 150' Dutch Coastal Freighter 1951 as Capri 2613.36 8003.62 190 30
BR-137 Jim Torgerson/Fish America 160' US Navy Support Vessel RSB-1 Workboat 2613.642 8003.896 120 25
BR-138 Pompano 3rd Reef Ridge Broken Reef with cliffs undercuts on outer reef - lobsters 2613.66 8004.17 95 15
BR-139 Capt Dan Garnsey - Hollyhock 175' USCG Buoy Tender Ves 1937 upright intact 2613.857 8003.96 110  
BR-140 Alpha - Rodeo Site 85' Riveted Schooner along side Lewis Marine Wk 2613.857 8004.027 78  
BR-141 Lewis Marine Wreck 50' Mathis Motoryacht 1928 only engine block 2613.857 8004.027 75  
BR-142 Qualmann Tugs 2 32' Inland Tugs upright side by side Rodeo 2613.857 8004.027 78  
BR-143 Jay Dorman Panda - Rodeo 130'x22' Luxury English Schooner 1938 port side 2613.859 8004.027 78  
BR-144 Corey and Chris - Rodeo Site 120' Dredge Boat called The Trident 2613.863 8003.432 244 60
BR-145 Barge 70' Barge 2613.864 8002.571 414  
BR-146 Rodeo 25 - Winward Trader 215'x33' Dutch Freighter 1956 upright intact 2613.878 8003.813 122  
BR-147 Ronald B Johnson - Otto 230' Bulk Carrier 1955 Vietnam Veterans Reef 2613.88 8003.445 240  
BR-148 CG 83421 44 ton Vessel 2614.01 7904.08 206  
BR-149 Pompano Ledge-Nicon mooring buoy ok to fish Flat Rock Reef runs parallel to shore 1st reef line Pompano 2614.05 8004.95 33 15
BR-150 Dewitt Clinton 150' Steel Dredge Vessl Rodeo Boating Magazine 2614.056 8003.666 156  
BR-151 Mariner 1 - Union Express 174' Dutch Freighter broken hull drug runner 2614.074 8003.869 108  
BR-152 Papas Reef 170'x28' Freight 1955 Henny T Mac Vac Ebb Tide 2614.102 8003.383 265  
BR-153 Mariner 2 Barge 130'x40' Barge deployed with Mary St. Phillips 2614.11 8003.807 125  
BR-154 Buddy Merrit - Rodeo Site 70' Barge with Welded Steel Yacht Cradles 2614.15 8003.36 414 20
BR-155 Johnny Morris - Rodeo - Sucre 237' German Freighter 1957 Offshore Angler 2614.383 8003.411 200  
BR-156 Suzannes Ledges Ledge runs parallel to shore 1st reef line off Pompano Bch 2614.5 8004.89 18 5
BR-157 Hillsboro Inlet GPS Waypoint 2615.472 8004.836    
BR-158 Attis Bathtub Reef Crater with 10' Ledge east of Hillsboro Inlet 2615.485 8004.247 63 10
BR-159 Berry Patch - Site A 65'x16' Tug upright 1940 AL Spencer 2 vessels 2616.32 8002.772 65 15
BR-160 Horseshoe Ledge 3 Large Horseshoe Shaped Ledges -2nd Reef line 2616.357 8004.212 45 10
BR-161 Abby Too Vertical Ledge runs N to S outer ridge S of Hillsboro Inlet 2616.408 8003.83 62 15
BR-162 Lighthouse Ledge Large Reef hills valleys Hillsboro Inlet - lobsters hogfish 2616.417 8003.95 85  
BR-163 LaBonte Reef Reef holes and outcroppings runs NWSE off Lighthouse Pointe 2616.465 8004.241 45 10
BR-164 Hillsboro Domes Natural Reef with clear visibility N of Hillsboro Inlet 2617.515 8004.085 45 10
BR-165 Johnsons Mound Natural Ledge 2617.661 8004.139 43 8
BR-166 Qualman Barge - Rodeo Site 100'x32' Steel Barge 2617.977 8003.709 69 8
BR-167 Hillsboro Ledge Ledges with holes running N to S outside the Hillsboro Inlet 2618.042 8004.096 40 8
BR-168 Opal Towers Caves undercuts ledges 2nd reef line just off of Hillsboro 2618.042 8004.096 42 8
BR-169 C-Note Steel Hulled Workboat 60' W of Ancient Mariner 2618.11 8003.74 70  
BR-170 Marritt Barge 100'x40' Barge 2618.111 8003.79 65  
BR-171 Berry Patch - Chuck-A-Luck 65' Steel Tug AL Spencer 50' Steel Houseboat 2618.117 8003.745 70  
BR-172 Ancient Mariner - Nemesis 165'x25' USCG Cutter built 1933 2618.12 8003.745 70  
BR-173 Angels Reef 2 Statues of Angels 2618.78 8003.979 50  
BR-174 Seperated Rocks Large Rock Islands runs N to S off Deerfield Beach- lobsters 2618.79 8003.979 60  
BR-175 Deerfield Pier Concrete Pier Pieces - lots of fish 2618.932 8003.756 70 6
BR-179 Rapa Nui New! Barge 150'x26'x9' upside-down w/1000 tons Rebar, Artwork 2619.007 8003.72 70 12
BR-180 Mt. Deerfield New! 500 tons Limestone Boulders 4x4x2 1.7 NM Boca Inlet 2619.043 8003.78 65 16
BR-176 Pennels Reef Dredge Pontoon 2619.18 8004.08 30 4
BR-177 Miss Lourdies - Miracle of Life 165'x38' Steel Oil Field Supply cocaine smuggler 2619.188 8003.2 140 41
BR-178 Noula Express 114'x23' Danish Freighter 1939 broke in 3 2619.28 8003.46 70  

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