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Pasco County GPS Numbers

GPS Coordinates > Central West > Pasco

Fishing & Dive Sites memory card from florida go fishingPasco County with New Port Richey at it's core, has 20 miles of shoreline with three large artificial reefs areas, one with surplus army tanks. There are also many offshore islands offering anglers more opportunities for catching Redfish and Snook. Anclote Key Preserve State Park with it's 100 foot lighthouse is located a few miles offshore offering day-tripper a great island to explore along with good fishing near the numerous small islands and sandbars that flank the Anclote Keys. With an abundance of submerged rocks offering many holes for fish to live, you will never run out of places to explore, especially inside the Fillman Bayou and the Devils Rock Yard. We also include the Middle Grounds coordinates on Pasco County because it is the closest land mass to the sites.star iconCentral West Reefs & Shipwrecks

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Site ID / Reef Name Materials / Description
PS-1 Fillman Bayou Rocky fishing area - stay inside channel markers
PS-2 Gulf Harbor North Channel GPS Waypoint
PS-3 Devils Rock Yard Rocky Islands just outside Fillman Bayou with great fishing
PS-4 Jewfish Sink Natural Hole with Caves 1 m from shore near Aripeka
PS-5 Hudson South Channel GPS Waypoint
PS-6 Durney Key Offshore Island with good fishing
PS-7 Hudson North Channel GPS Waypoint
PS-8 Port RIchey Channel GPS Waypoint
PS-9 North Keys Islands NW end of Anclote Key
PS-10 Anclote Keys Offshore Islands and sandbars
PS-11 Pasco Reef 4-2 281 Pieces of Concrete Culverts
PS-12 Pasco Reef 4 - Hudson 1-E 2-E Concrete Culverts
PS-13 Pasco Reef 4 - Hudson 1-F 2-F Concrete Culverts
PS-14 Pasco Reef 4-1 272 Pieces of Concrete
PS-15 Pasco Reef 4 - Hudson 1 Concrete Culverts and Iron Pipes
PS-16 Pasco Reef 4 - Hudson 2 Concrete Culverts
PS-17 Pasco Reef 4 - Hudson Add 1E 45' Derelict Concrete Sailboat
PS-18 Reef Site 1-3 990 tons of Concrete Pilings and Light Posts
PS-19 Hellcat WWII Hellcat Airplane
PS-20 Reef Site 1-2 110'x34'x11' Steel Barge and 130'x30'x7' Steel Barge
PS-21 Reef Site 1-1 603 tons of Concrete Culverts and Concrete Light Posts
PS-22 County Site 1 4 Barges 4 Boat Hulls Steel Tank and Concrete Rubble
PS-23 County Site 1 - Buoy P 130x32x7' Steel Barge
PS-24 County Site 1 - Buoy S 130x32x7' Steel Barge
PS-25 County Site 2-6 Pasco Tank 6 - possibly missing
PS-26 County Site 2-3 Pasco Tank 3 - possibly missing
PS-27 Pasco 2-3 194 Pieces Concrete Culverts
PS-28 County Site 2-5 Pasco Tank 5 and Meissner Crane
PS-29 County Site 2-7 Pasco Tank 7
PS-30 County Site 2-10 Pasco Tank 10
PS-31 County Site 2-8 Pasco Tank 8
PS-32 County Site 2-2 Pasco Tank 2
PS-33 County Site 2-9 Pasco Tank 9
PS-34 County Site 2a 200' Barge, Concrete Culverts
PS-35 County Site 2-1 Pasco Tank 1
PS-36 County Site 2b 195'x35'x10' Steel Barge
PS-37 Pasco 2-2 55 Pieces Concrete Culverts
PS-38 Pasco 2-4 212 Pieces Concrete Culverts
PS-39 Pasco 2-1 272 tons Concrete Culverts
PS-40 County Site 2-4 Pasco Tank 4
PS-41 Reef Site 2; O - C 300 cubic yards Concrete Culverts
PS-42 Reef 2; Buoy O - C 990 tons of Concrete Culverts
PS-43 Reef Site 2-5 606 cyds Concrete Culverts Pre-Cast Concrete Manholes
PS-44 Reef Site 2-6 600 cubic yards Concrete Culverts
PS-45 Reef Site 2-7 800 cubic yards Concrete Culverts
PS-46 Reef Site 2-8 640 cubic yards Concrete Culverts
PS-47 County Site 3 2 PVC Modules
PS-48 Nona Gale 40' Fishing Vessel
PS-49 Tug Boat and Barge 105' Tugboat upside down and 80' Barge 34 mile north
PS-50 Middle Grounds SEHPAC - Habitat Area of Particular Concern 2 Parallel Ridges with deep center valley-no bottom trolling
PS-51 Holliswood 1141 ton Cargo Vessel
PS-52 Middle Grounds Wreck 1 Wooden Vessel
PS-53 Gwalia 130' Tug built 1907 - cargo gravel
PS-54 Ocean Going Tug Vessel
PS-55 Middle Grounds Wreck 2 44' Pacemaker Boat
PS-56 Middle Grounds NEHPAC - Habitat Area of Particular Concern 2 Parallel Ridges with deep center valley-no bottom trolling
PS-57 Middle Grounds SWHPAC - Habitat Area of Particular Concern 2 Parallel Ridges with deep center valley-no bottom trolling
PS-58 Holstein Steel Freighter built 1962 - cargo flour
PS-59 Middle Grounds NWHPAC - Habitat Area of Particular Concern 2 Parallel Ridges with deep center valley-no bottom trolling
PS-60 Steamboat Lumps SEMarine Protected Area Closed Nov 1 - Apr 30 recreational fishing allowed May-Oct
PS-61 Steamboat Lumps NEMarine Protected Area Closed Nov 1 - Apr 30 surface trolling non-reef fish May-Oct
PS-62 The Edges SE 1HPAC - Habitat Area of Particular Concern Closed Jan 1 - Apr 30 recreational fishing allowed May-Dec
PS-63 Wandering Star Fishing Vessel
PS-64 Steamboat Lumps SWMarine Protected Area Closed Nov 1 - Apr 30 surface trolling non-reef fish May-Oct
PS-65 Steamboat Lumps NWMarine Protected Area Closed Nov 1 - Apr 30 surface trolling non-reef fish May-Oct
PS-66 The Edges SWHPAC - Habitat Area of Particular Concern Closed Jan 1 - Apr 30 recreational fishing allowed May-Dec
PS-67 Sunshine 57 ton Trawler
PS-68 The Edges SE 2HPAC - Habitat Area of Particular Concern Closed Jan 1 - Apr 30 recreational fishing allowed May-Dec
PS-69 The Edges NWHPAC - Habitat Area of Particular Concern Closed Jan 1 - Apr 30 recreational fishing allowed May-Dec

 


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