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St. Lucie County GPS Numbers

GPS Coordinates > Central East > St. Lucie

Fishing & Dive Sites memory card from florida go fishingSt. Lucie County has numerous offshore artificial reefs and wrecks deployed by both the county and FWC. The Fort Pierce inlet and inshore along Hutchinson Island offer the safest inlets in the area (50 miles in either direction) with the most productive fishing for the same distance. St. Lucie County includes several shipwrecks of the 1715 Spanish Silver Plate Fleet. Coins come up from the deep even today, so be on the look out for these little treasures when on the beach. There are numerous shipwrecks from this fleet offshore and we indicate them on our chart list. You can dive and fish these sites but cannot take artifacts! There are also more reefs to fish in neighboring counties Indian River and Martin County.

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Site ID / Reef Name Materials
SL-1 Nettles Island Island west side of Hutchinson Island
SL-2 Hutchinson Island Island Port St Lucie
SL-3 Halsey 433'x56' Steam Tanker 1920 oil gasoline naptha
SL-4 Saint Lucie Shoal Bar near Jensen Beach
SL-5 Pierce Shoal Shoal
SL-6 Bob Herbst Sr Reef 1 515 tons Culverts and 482 tons Poles
SL-7 Amazon Wreck Enhance 1 526 tons Concrete Rubble and Culverts
SL-8 Amazon Wreck Enhance 4 526 tons Concrete Rubble and Culverts
SL-9 Amazon Wreck Enhance 3 473 tons Concrete Rubble and Culverts
SL-10 Amazone 255'x37' Dutch Freighter of 1294 tons-cargo coffee oil
SL-11 North County Offshore 500 tons FPL Concrete Power Poles
SL-12 Amazon Wreck Enhance 2 485 tons Concrete Rubble and Culverts
SL-13 Beverly M Reef 65' Derelict Steel Tug Boat
SL-14 Offshore Reef 02 1034 tons Con Culverts Light Poles Con Slabs Steel Safes
SL-15 Offshore Site-120 Reef 547 tons Culverts and 514 tons Railroad Ties
SL-16 Offshore Site-140 Reef 585 tons Culverts and 555 tons Railroad Ties
SL-17 Tug Lesley Lee Reef 50' Steel Tugboat 18 tons of Concrete Inside
SL-18 Offshore Reef 01 960 tons Con Culverts Light Poles Con Slabs Steel Safes
SL-19 Tug Reef 50' Steel Tugboat with 18 tons of Concrete Inside
SL-20 USS Muliphen 459'x63' C-2 Attack Cargo Ship built 1944
SL-21 Stans Reef 1 150' Oceangoing Tugboat
SL-22 Ft Pierce Artificial - Deep Tug 155' Steel Tug Boat
SL-23 Ken M Reef 71' Harbor Tugboat The Ken M
SL-24 Nieves aka Douglas Beach Wk Galleon storm 1715 ballast pile 300' from shore
SL-25 50 Inshore Reef Site 1 110'x28x7' High Steel Barge
SL-26 50 Inshore Reef Site 2 50' Concrete Sailboat Ft Pierce Ins Concrete
SL-27 St Lucie Nearshore Site 06-01 Concrete Dock Piles 2'x2''x20-30'
SL-28 St Lucie Nearshore Site 06-03 Concrete Dock Piles 2'x2''x20-30' and Rubble
SL-29 Concrete Bridge Span 1 Concrete Bridge Span
SL-30 TV Barge 68' Steel Barge
SL-31 Concrete Bridge Span 2 Concrete Bridge Span
SL-32 Bridge Spans 1 Concr Bridge Span Support Section Martin Bridge
SL-33 Bridge Spans 2 Concr Bridge Span Support Section Martin Bridge
SL-34 St Lucie Nearshore Site 06-02 Concrete Dock Piles 2'x2''x20-30'
SL-35 Two Barges Reef 61'x31'x12' Steel Barge
SL-36 Ft Pierce Fish Haven 100'x40'x8' Steel Deck Barge
SL-37 Concrete Bridge Span 3 Concrete Bridge Span
SL-38 FEC Railroad Ties FEC Concrete Railroad Ties
SL-39 Concrete Bridge Span 4 Concrete Bridge Span
SL-40 Concrete Bridge Span 5 Concrete Bridge Span
SL-41 Railroad Tie Reef 1 FEC Concrete Railroad Ties 440 tons
SL-42 Concrete Bridge Span 6 Concrete Bridge Span
SL-43 Lees Barge 90' Steel Barge
SL-44 Railroad Tie Reef 3 Concrete Rubble and Steel Materials, 23 FPL Poles
SL-45 Concrete Bridge Span 7 Concrete Bridge Span
SL-46 Civic Center Reef 1 40' Sterling Barge Bow Rubble Beams
SL-47 St Lucie Nearshore Site 06-04 Concrete Dock Piles 2'x2''x20-30' and Rubble
SL-48 Concrete Bridge Span 8 Concrete Bridge Span
SL-49 Bob Herbst Sr Reef 2 630 tons Culverts and 461 ton
SL-50 Civic Center Reef 2 140' Sterling Barge Stern and Rubble Beams Culverts
SL-51 Bridge Spans 3 Concrete Bridge Span Support Section Martin Bri
SL-52 Fishing Club Reef Concrete Rubble
SL-53 Causeway Island Island inside Fort Pierce Inlet
SL-54 Taylor Creek Inlet GPS Waypoint from Indian River
SL-55 Shortys Slough Inlet GPS Waypoint from Fort Pierce Inlet - strong current
SL-56 Coon Island Island inside Fort Pierce Inlet
SL-57 Fort Pierce Inlet Entrance GPS Waypoint
SL-58 Jim Island Island on N Beach Causeway Dr Fort Pierce
SL-59 Hutchinson Island Reef Steel Tanks and Fiberglass Boat Hulls
SL-60 Ft Pierce Artificial Reef 5 Barge loads each 25'x60'
SL-61 Mangrove Island Island north of N Beach Causeway Dr Fort Pierce
SL-62 Wendys Reef Concrete Culverts and Debris Prefabricated Structures
SL-63 Jack Island Island on Intercoastal - Pepper Beach State Rec Area
SL-64 Ft Pierce Fish Haven 1 200 tons of Concrete Culverts - lots of fish
SL-65 Urca De Limaicon mooring buoy no fishingicon Archaeological Preserve Galleon sank in storm of 1715 200 yds from shore
SL-66 Two Bridges Reef 600 tons of Concrete Bridge Material
SL-67 Ft Pierce Fish Haven Concrete Culverts Bridge Rubble Tires Scrap Metal
SL-68 Ft Pierce Fish Haven 2 600 tons of Concrete Culverts and Modules
SL-69 Fish America Foundation 4 1000 tons of Secondary Concrete
SL-70 FAF Reef 1 1000 tons mixed Concrete Materials
SL-71 Fish America Foundation 1 65'x40'x5' DMC Steel Deck Barge
SL-72 Fish America Foundation 2 566 tons of Secondary Concrete
SL-73 Ft Pierce Reef Site Concrete Tires and RipRap some Scrap Steel
SL-74 Ft Pierce Artificial Reef Metal Tanks and Concrete Culverts 15 Mixers
SL-75 Fish America Foundation 3 500 tons of Secondary Concrete
SL-76 FAF Reef 2 500 tons mixed Concrete Materials
SL-77 2011 Reef 2 991 tons Concrete Culverts Light Poles
SL-82 North County Nearshore 2015 Concrete Culverts, Power Poles, Bridge Pieces
SL-81 North County Nearshore 2014 493 tons FPL Power Poles and 1024 tons Concrete
SL-83 North County Nearshore 2016 1550 tons Culverts, Drainage Structures, Bridge Pieces
SL-78 North County Nearshore 2013 500 tons FPL Concrete Power Poles
SL-79 2011 Reef 1 495 tons Concrete Culverts Light Poles Bridge Piles
SL-80 North Hutchinson Island GPS Waypoint - Round Island Park West

D = DEPTH - the depth of water in feet to the bottom in reef area  R = RELIEF - the height that the materials rise above the bottom in feet  Symbol Index Click to go to the Top of Page
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