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Hillsborough County GPS Numbers

GPS Coordinates > Central West > Hillsborough

Fishing & Dive Sites memory card from florida go fishingHillsborough County's reefs are all within Tampa Bay out to Edgemont Key. Tampa Bay is the largest open water estuary in Florida averaging only about 12 feet deep, but many man-made shipping channels have been dredged with the deepest 43 feet and 40 miles long. Don't let the secluded waters of Tampa Bay fool you, the currents can be very strong, especially during moving tides, making diving the bay hazardous. Fishing on the other hand is very productive with scattered reefs, wrecks, seagrass, and mangroves giving species many hiding holes. Fishing under and around the major bridges can be very productive with seasonal tarpon, snook, and redfish. Work the outgoing tides for the best action. star iconCentral West Reefs & Shipwrecks

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Site ID / Reef Name Materials / Description
HL-1 Egmont Key Reef 10 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-2 Magewind 20' Sailing Vessel
HL-3 Egmont Key Reef 12 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-4 Egmont Key Reef 11 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-5 Egmont Key Reef 13 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-6 Egmont Key Reef 25a 19 Reefballs and 4 Walters Wedding Cake Juvenile Units
HL-7 Egmont Key Reef 26 Gulf Pier Ft. Desoto Pile Cutoffs
HL-8 Egmont Key Reef 350 Pieces of Pipe and 22 Concrete Pyramids 6'H x 8'B
HL-9 Egmont Key Reef 25b Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-10 Egmont Key Reef 6 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-11 Egmont Key Reef 5 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-12 Egmont Key Reef 3 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-13 Egmont Key Reef 14 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-14 Egmont Key Reef 7 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-15 Egmont Key Reef 4 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-16 Egmont Key Reef 8 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-17 Egmont Key Reef 2 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-18 Egmont Key Reef 1 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-19 Egmont Key Reef 16 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-20 Egmont Key Reef 9 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-21 Egmont Key Reef 22 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-22 Egmont Key Reef 23 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-23 Egmont Key Reef 15 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-24 Egmont Key Reef 24 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-25 Mariposa Key Island on edge of Tampa Bay fish shoreline
HL-26 Port Manatee Reef 450 Pounds of Concrete Construction Blocks
HL-27 Port Manatee Reef 4 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Treasure Is Cswy
HL-28 Port Manatee Reef 11 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Treasure Is Cswy
HL-29 Port Manatee Site 632 tons Concrete Culverts and Pipes
HL-30 Port Manatee Reef 19 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-31 Port Manatee Reef 6 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Treasure Is Cswy
HL-32 Port Manatee Reef 10 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Treasure Is Cswy
HL-33 Port Manatee Reef 9 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Treasure Is Cswy
HL-34 Port Manatee Reef 2 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Treasure Is Cswy
HL-35 Port Manatee Reef 18 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-36 Port Manatee Reef 21 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-37 Port Manatee Reef 20 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-38 Port Manatee Reef 17 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-39 Port Manatee Reef 3 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Treasure Is Cswy
HL-40 Port Manatee Reef 8 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Treasure Is Cswy
HL-41 Port Manatee Reef 7 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Treasure Is Cswy
HL-42 Port Manatee Reef 5 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Treasure Is Cswy
HL-43 Port Manatee Reef 1 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble Treasure Is Cswy
HL-44 Shell Key Island
HL-45 Cockroach Bay South Large Backwater Fishing Area
HL-46 Cockroach Bay East Large Backwater Fishing Area
HL-47 Cockroach Bay Large Backwater Fishing Area
HL-48 Cockroach Bay (Bay) Large Backwater Fishing Area bayside
HL-49 Boory Star 41' Vessel
HL-50 Bahia Beach Reef 9 Concrete Bridge deck railings rubble Treasure Is center
HL-51 Bahia Beach Reef 10 Concrete Bridge deck railings rubble Treasure Is center
HL-52 Bahia Beach Reef 11 Concrete Bridge deck railings rubble Treasure Is center
HL-53 Bahia Beach Reef 4a Concrete Bridge decking railings and rubble St Pete Pier
HL-54 Bahia Beach Reef 12 Concrete Bridge deck railings rubble Treasure Is center
HL-55 Bahia Beach Reef 1a Concrete Bridge decking railings rubble Pinellas Bayway
HL-56 Bahia Beach Reef 13 Concrete Bridge deck railings rubble Treasure Isl center
HL-57 Bahia Beach Reef 5a Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble St. Pete Mun Pier
HL-58 Bahia Beach Reef 6 Concrete Rubble Concrete Slab and Clay Water Pipes
HL-59 Bahia Beach Reef 14 Concrete Bridge deck railings rubble Treasure Isl center
HL-60 Bahia Beach Reef 2b Concrete Bridge decking railings rubble Treasure Isl cswy
HL-61 Bahia Beach Reef 7 Concrete Bridge and Pile Caps
HL-62 Bahia Beach Reef 4b Concrete Bridge decking railings rubble Treasure Isl cswy
HL-63 Bahia Beach Reef 3a Concrete Bridge decking railings rubble St Pete Mun Pier
HL-64 Bahia Beach Reef 1b Concrete Bridge decking railings rubble Treasure Isl cswy
HL-65 Bahia Beach Reef 2a Concrete Bridge decking railings rubble St. Pete Mun Pier
HL-66 Bahia Beach Reef 8 463 tons Concrete Forms Rubble Stainless Steel Mixers
HL-67 Bahia Beach Reef 15 Concrete Bridge deck railings rubble Treasure Isl center
HL-68 Bahia Beach Reef 5b Concrete Bridge decking railings rubble Treasure Isl cswy
HL-69 Bahia Beach Reef 3b Concrete Bridge decking railings rubble Treasure Isl cswy
HL-70 Capt J Burned fishing vessel possibly moved to 2747.018233.56
HL-71 Dania 110' Dredge
HL-72 Anna B Vessel
HL-73 Breton II 123' Dredge
HL-74 Pine Key - Beer Can Island Island
HL-75 Alsatia Dredge
HL-76 Whiskey Stump Key Oyster Reef Covering 250' L x 5' 'W x 1.3' H of Shoreline
HL-77 Picnic Island Reef 830 cubic yards of Concrete and Misc Fittings
HL-78 Alafia River Basin South Fishing Area where river empties into Tampa Bay
HL-79 Alafia River Basin Fishing Area where river empties into Tampa Bay
HL-80 Alafia River Inlet GPS Waypoint from Hillsborough Bay
HL-81 Picnic Island Pier Reef Concrete Pyramid Modules placed 75' off end of Picnic Pier
HL-100 Ted Adams SE Corner Inshore Fishing Area
HL-101 Ted Adams SW Corner Inshore Fishing Area
HL-82 Port Tampa Reef 1 60 Concrete Half Blocks 7inx7inx7in
HL-83 Port Tampa Site 4 50 Concrete Blocks Chamberlain High School Reef
HL-84 Chief Reef 50 Concrete Blocks 500 Lbs Chamberlain High School Reef
HL-85 Ted Adams Center 75 Concrete Blocks Chamberlain High School Reef
HL-86 Port Tampa Site 5 4 Steel Barges Bridge Rubble Concrete Pilings
HL-87 Port Tampa Reef 2 Chamberlain H.S. Chief 17 Modules Limestone in Concrete
HL-88 Port Tampa Reef 3 Chamberlain High School Modules Project
HL-89 Port Tampa Reef 6 Concrete Bridge Decking Railings Rubble St. Pete Pier
HL-99 Ted Adams NE Corner Inshore Fishing Area
HL-102 Ted Adams NW Corner Inshore FIshing Area
HL-90 Bayside Flats Flats area in Old Tampa Bay great for catching bait
HL-91 Ballast Point Pier Modules of Concrete Pilings Slabs Culverts around Pier
HL-92 Gandy Channel Flats area in Old Tampa Bay great for catching bait
HL-104 Howard Frankland SE Corner Inshore Fishing Area
HL-105 Howard Frankland SW Corner Inshore Fishing Area
HL-93 Howard Franklin Center 400 x 200 Yards of Bridge Rubble and Pilings
HL-103 Howard Frankland NE Corner Inshore Fishing Area
HL-106 Howard Frankland NW Corner Inshore Fishing Area
HL-94 Culbreath Isles Old Tampa Bay area great for catching white bait
HL-95 Howard Frankland Bridge Inshore Fishing Area
HL-96 Hillsborough River Bend Inshore fishing north of entrance to Tampa Bay
HL-108 Courtney Campbell SE Corner Inshore FIshing Area
HL-108 Courtney Campbell SW Corner Inshore FIshing Area
HL-97 Courtney Campbell Center 400 x 200 yards of Concrete Pilings
HL-108 Courtney Campbell NE Corner Inshore FIshing Area
HL-108 Courtney Campbell NW Corner Inshore FIshing Area
HL-98 Sweetwater Inshore Fishing Area

 


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