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Manatee County GPS Numbers

GPS Coordinates > Central West > Manatee

Fishing & Dive Sites memory card from florida go fishingManatee County with Bradenton, Longboat Key, Anna Maria Island, and Palmetto, is located south of Tampa Bay, north of Sarasota, has over 150 miles of coastline and 27 miles of white sand beaches. Coastal habitats include mangrove forests, seagrass beds, salt marshes and mud flats. Manatee County waters provide excellent recreational boating, fishing, and wildlife viewing. Squeezed between Sarasota County and the Skyway Bridge at the entrance to Tampa Bay, your choices of offshore reefs is endless, visit Pinellas, Hillsborough & Sarasota Counties for nearby GPS numbers. For inshore fishing, locals refer to the many waterways intersecting Manatee County as The "Backcountry" which include the Manatee River, Miguel Bay, Joe's Bay, Bishop Harbor, and Terra Ceia Bay. If your looking for some big fish like Kings, head to Egmont Channel for some trolling. star iconCentral West Reefs & Shipwrecks

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Site ID / Reef Name Materials / Description
ME-1 Whale Key 4 11 Reef Ball Modules
ME-108 Whale Key 5 10 Reef Ball Modules
ME-2 Big Jack Hole 70' wide opening to 200' wide by 370' deep Sink Hole
ME-3 Bayshore-South 2 11 Reef Ball Modules
ME-109 Bayshore South 1 11 Reef Ball Modules
ME-4 Bayshore-North 3 20 Reef Ball Modules
ME-5 Longboat Pass GPS Waypoint
ME-6 3 Mile South Reef D 40 Reef Balls-Bay Balls
ME-7 South Jack Wreck - Nohab 142'x23' Steel Luxury Yacht cir 1901 as Lensahn III
ME-8 3 Mile South Reef D 20 Reef Balls-Bay Balls
ME-9 3 Mile South Reef D 50 Reef Balls-Bay Balls
ME-10 3 Mile South Reef D Concrete
ME-11 7 Mile South Reef P 20 Bay Balls
ME-12 7 Mile South Reef C 1.5'x1.5'x25' Poles and 3'x1'x15' Bridge Structures
ME-13 3 Mile South Reef D Concrete
ME-14 7 Mile South Reef C 24 Light Poles stacked up 50'x20'x10' Lincoln Logs
ME-15 3 Mile South Reef D 20 Reef Balls-Bay Balls
ME-16 3 Mile South Reef D 40 Reef Balls-Bay Balls
ME-17 7 Mile South Reef ER Eternal Reef Project 20 Reef 4 Pallet and 6 Bay Balls
ME-18 3 Mile South Reef D 100 tons Concrete
ME-19 3 Mile South Reef D Concrete Light Poles
ME-20 7 Mile South Reef P 20 Bay Balls
ME-21 South 3 Mile Reef Concrete
ME-22 South 3 Mile Reef Concrete
ME-23 South 3 Mile Reef Concrete
ME-24 South 3 Mile Reef Concrete
ME-25 3 Mile South Reef D Concrete
ME-26 7 Mile South Reef C 25 Bay Balls
ME-27 3 Mile South Reef D 20 Reef Balls-Bay Balls
ME-28 7 Mile South Reef P 4 Reef Balls 8 Pallet Balls 30 Bay Balls
ME-29 7 Mile South Reef C 25 Bay Balls
ME-30 3 Mile South Reef D Concrete
ME-31 7 Mile South Reef P 36 Concrete Culverts half are nested
ME-32 3 Mile South Reef D 20 Reef Balls-Bay Balls
ME-33 South 3 Mile Reef Concrete
ME-34 7 Mile South Reef P 40 Concrete Culverts half are nested
ME-35 7 Mile South Reef C Culvert and Concrete Light Poles
ME-36 3 Mile South Reef D 20 Reef Balls-Bay Balls
ME-37 7 Mile South Reef P 40 Concrete Culverts half are nested
ME-38 3 Mile South Reef D Concrete
ME-39 South 3 Mile Reef Concrete
ME-40 3 Mile South Reef D 36 Reef Balls-Bay Balls
ME-41 3 Mile South Reef D 20 Reef Balls-Bay Balls
ME-42 7 Mile South Reef P 6 Reef Balls10 Pallet Balls 30 Bay Balls
ME-43 3 Mile South Reef D Concrete Slabs and Panels
ME-44 3 Mile South Reef D 20 Reef Balls-Bay Balls
ME-45 7 Mile South Reef C 110'x30'x7'H Barge with 8 8'x10'H Steel Drums attached
ME-46 3 Mile South Reef D Concrete
ME-47 7 Mile South Reef C 20 Pieces 1.5'x1.5'x25' Poles
ME-48 3 Mile South Reef D Concrete
ME-49 3 Mile South Reef D 20 Reef Balls-Bay Balls
ME-50 3 Mile South Reef D Concrete
ME-51 7 Mile South Reef P 20 Bay Balls
ME-52 3 Mile South Reef D 20 Reef Balls-Bay Balls
ME-53 7 Mile South Reef C Bridge Beams and Culverts
ME-54 7 Mile South Reef P 2 Reef Balls 6 Pallet Balls 30 Bay Balls
ME-55 7 Mile South Reef C 40 large Concrete Beams from a Bridge
ME-56 7 Mile Reef South Tires Concrete Rubble and Culverts
ME-57 7 Mile Reef South 375 tons of Concrete Culverts
ME-58 3 Mile South Reef D 225 tons of Concrete Culverts
ME-59 3 Mile Reef South 300 tons of Concrete Culverts
ME-60 3 Mile Reef South 525 tons of Concrete Culverts
ME-61 Conquina Near Shore Reef Skyway Bridge Materials
ME-62 Coquina Beach Reef-South Limestone Rock Boulders 300'x375'
ME-63 Coquina Beach Reef-North Limestone Rock Boulders 650'x180'
ME-64 Bradenton Beach City Pier Artificial Reef
ME-65 Regina - Sugar Barge - Molasses 247'x36'x14' Tanker Barge broken 75yd off Bredenton Beach
ME-66 1 Mile Reef 1 Skyway Bridge Materials and Metal Pipes
ME-67 1 Mile Reef 5 1-Goliath 7 Ultras 13 Pallets and 27 Bay Balls
ME-68 1 Mile Reef 5 1-Goliath 7 Ultras 13 Pallets and 27 Bay Balls
ME-69 1 Mile Reef 5 1-Goliath 7 Ultras 13 Pallets and 27 Bay Balls
ME-70 1 Mile Reef 5 1-Goliath 7 Ultras 13 Pallets and 27 Bay Balls
ME-71 1 Mile Reef 5 1-Goliath 7 Ultras 13 Pallets and 27 Bay Balls
ME-72 1 Mile Reef 5 1-Goliath 7 Ultras 13 Pallets and 27 Bay Balls
ME-73 1 Mile Reef 5 1-Goliath 7 Ultras 13 Pallets and 27 Bay Balls
ME-74 1 Mile Reef 3 44 Reefballs
ME-75 1 Mile Reef 3 45 Reefballs
ME-76 1 Mile Reef 3 44 Reefballs
ME-77 1 Mile Reef 3 45 Reefballs
ME-78 1 Mile Reef 3 ER 19 Reefballs
ME-79 1 Mile Reef 3 44 Reefballs
ME-80 1 Mile Reef 3 44 Reefballs
ME-81 1 Mile Reef 2 1000 tons of Concrete Culverts Bridge Spans
ME-82 3 Mile Reef North Tires Concrete Rubble and Tiles
ME-83 Fin Barge 300' Barge with 2 fin shaped keels near stern upside down
ME-84 3 Mile North Bridge Reef Bridge Spans and Rubble
ME-85 3 Mile Reef - North B Boat Molds Concrete Rubble and Solid Rubber Tires
ME-86 Docs Barge 75' Barge broken in half upside down - Good spearfishing
ME-87 Dolphin Ledge L Shaped Broken Ledge with coral
ME-88 Manatee River Inlet GPS Waypoint
ME-89 Mexican Pride 200' Vessel lies upright and in half - good spearfishing
ME-90 Manatee River-Emerson Point Bay Mini Lo-Pro and Table Top Balls
ME-91 The Bulkhead Bar with fishing on grass flats creeks bayous docks
ME-92 Anna Maria Sound GPS Waypoint ICW
ME-93 7 Mile Reef North Tires Concrete Rubble
ME-94 7 Mile North Reef Culverts Rock and Bridge Slabs
ME-95 7 Mile North Reef 130 2'x2'x18' Long Concrete Light Poles
ME-96 7 Mile North Reef 160 2'x2'x18' Concrete Poles 12 8'x6'x4' Concrete Boxes
ME-97 Misener Barge 100'x35'x8' Barge accidentally sunk by Misener Marine
ME-98 Terra Ceia Bay Inlet GPS Waypoint from Tampa Bay
ME-99 SE Tampa Bay Bridge Reef Bridge Spans and Rubble
ME-100 Southeast Tampa Bay 175 Bay Reefballs in 10 Locations
ME-101 Southeast Tampa Bay Mini Lo-Pro and Table Top Balls
ME-102 Bird Key Island in Terra Ceia Bay - good fishing around island
ME-103 Bulkhead Reef Bay Mini Lo-Pro and Table Top Balls
ME-104 Passage Key_NWR Submerged Island S of Egmont Key - island closed to public
ME-105 Seaducer 18' Cobia Vessel
ME-106 Millie R Bohannon-28 Fathom 162' American Schooner built 1891
ME-107 Cindy Tugboat

 


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