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Sarasota County GPS Numbers

GPS Coordinates > Central West > Sarasota

Fishing & Dive Sites memory card from florida go fishingSarasota County is a fishing mecca for both inshore and offshore anglers and divers. Sarasota Bay offers great inshore fishing either by boat or kayak and even from land. The bay runs the length of the county from Englewood and Venice to the City of Sarasota. Sarasota County has an active artificial reef program that has laid reefs inside the bay and large sites offshore. There are several shipwrecks for divers to explore too. In the bay you can catch snook, redfish, pompano, mackerel, ladyfish, sheepshead, seatrout, and bluefish, availability depending on the season. Kingfish on reefs, ledges and hard bottom areas seasonally attract many competitive angers and tarpon provide a nostalgic catch for those who target the big ones. star iconCentral West Reefs & Shipwrecks

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Site ID / Reef Name Materials / Description
SA-1 Bay Ronto 400'x52' British Freighter cir 1905 Tronto-upside down
SA-2 M-14 Englewood 550 tons of Concrete Culverts and Concrete Boxes
SA-3 D6 Fiberglass Boats and Molds
SA-4 D-9 Steel Barge Crane Glass Boats - lots of Jewfish
SA-5 M-13 Site 1 Concrete Culverts
SA-6 M-13 Site 2 Concrete Culverts
SA-7 M-13 Site 3 Concrete Culverts
SA-8 M-13 Site 4 Concrete Culverts
SA-9 M-13 Site 5 Concrete Culverts
SA-10 M-11 Reef Balls 1 58 Pallet Balls 54 Bay Balls and 1 Reef Ball
SA-11 M-11 Reef Balls 2 55 Pallet Balls and 49 Bay Balls
SA-12 M-10 Upside Down Barge Sailboat Fiberglass Boats
SA-13 Sarasota Sportsman M-17a 60 Reef Balls
SA-14 Sarasota Sportsman M-17b 60 Reef Balls
SA-15 Sarasota Sportsman M-17c 60 Reef Balls
SA-16 M-16 Concrete Culverts Catch Basins Steel Beams
SA-211 V-5 Reef Limestone Boulders
SA-17 M-9 Culverts Rubble and Limestone Boulders
SA-18 M-9 Site; Reefex 4 Sarasota Tank 4
SA-19 M-9 Site; Reefex 2 Sarasota Tank 2
SA-20 M-9 Site; Reefex 1 Sarasota Tank 1
SA-21 M-9 Site; Reefex 3 Sarasota Tank 3
SA-22 M-9 Site; Reefex 5 Sarasota Tank 5
SA-23 Venice Reef Site I-4 Concrete Culverts
SA-24 M-15a Concrete Culverts Mixer Drums and Steel Drying Racks
SA-25 M-15b Concrete Culverts and Rubble
SA-26 Antonio Ensenat 200 ton Wooden Hulled Schooner-cargo Cuban Rum buried
SA-210 V-4 Reef Limestone Boulders
SA-209 V-3 Reef Limestone Boulders
SA-208 V-2 Reef LImestone Boulders
SA-27 Venice Reef Site 1 Old Bridge Materials and Concrete Rubble
SA-207 V-1 Reef Limestone Boulders
SA-28 D-6b 17 Boat Molds most upside down 17' to 22' long
SA-29 Venice Reef Site 2 Old Bridge Materials and Concrete Rubble
SA-30 I4 Venice Bridge and Pier
SA-31 Venice Inlet GPS Waypoint
SA-32 Snake Island Island inside Venice Inlet
SA-33 Turner Island Island inside Venice Inlet
SA-34 Ledges Ledge and Rocky Outcroppings
SA-35 Icebox Large area of Ledges and Rocks
SA-36 MD-1 Hopper 80'x14' Concrete Filled Hopper covered w Shrimp nets
SA-37 Casey Key Rocks Ledge and Rocky Outcroppings - Tarpon
SA-38 MD-1 Barge Barge upside down 30% deteriorated and Concrete Rubble
SA-39 M-6 Lrg pile Culverts 80' dia. Fiberglass Boats Mixer Drums
SA-40 Swiss Cheese Large area of Hard Bottom - Dolphin Pelagic in summer
SA-41 Lynn Silvertooth 25-14 2 Pallet Balls and 9 Bay Balls
SA-42 M-8a Fallen Heroes Reef 10 Steel Boxcars - 2 Stacks of 5 all collapsed
SA-43 M-8 5 Army Tanks, Landing Craft, Boxcars, Reefballs
SA-44 W2 Kyle Jackson Tr-Landingcraft 17 Pallet Balls 6 Concrete Modules near Landing Craft
SA-45 M-8b Fallen Heroes Reef Steel Landing Craft.
SA-46 Fallen Heroes Reef 1 Sarasota Tank 8 -County Tank 1
SA-47 W2 Kyle Jackson Trail 1 and 2 17 Pallet Balls 6 Concrete Block Modules betw Army Tanks
SA-48 Fallen Heroes Reef 2 Sarasota Tank 7 -County Tank 2
SA-49 W2 Kyle Jackson Trail 2 and 3 17 Pallet Balls 6 Concrete Block Modules betw Army Tanks
SA-50 W2 Kyle Jackson Trail 5 and 2 17 Pallet Balls 6 Concrete Block Modules betw Army Tanks
SA-51 Fallen Heroes Reef 3 Sarasota Tank 6 -County Tank 3
SA-52 Fallen Heroes Reef 5 Sarasota Tank 9 -County Tank 5
SA-53 W2 Kyle Jackson Trail 3 and 4 17 Pallet Balls 6 Concrete Block Modules betw Army Tanks
SA-54 W2 Kyle Jackson Trail 4 and 5 17 Pallet Balls 6 Concrete Block Modules betw Army Tanks
SA-55 Fallen Heroes Reef 4 Sarasota Tank 10-County Tank 4
SA-56 M-5 Lrg Pile 12-36in Oval and Round Culverts nested together
SA-57 Siesta Key Rocks Rocks and Ledges some just under the surface
SA-58 Cuda Hole Large area of Ledges and Rocky Outcroppings
SA-59 Gully Ledge with many undercuts - Lobsters
SA-60 M-4 Site 1 East Side 108 Pallet 104 Bay Balls continuous to West side
SA-61 M-4 Site 2 West Side 108 Pallet 104 Bay Balls continuous to East Side
SA-62 M-4 Concrete Rubble and Culverts
SA-63 D-4 5 Boxcars most Walls Standing - Good vertical relief
SA-64 D-3 5 Boxcars 2 end wall standing 14' tall average height 4'
SA-65 D-3a Boxcars
SA-66 M-7 Johnson Reef Concrete Culverts, Boxcars - ledge habitat
SA-68 M-7c Johnson Reef Culverts
SA-69 M-3a Concrete Culverts Boxes Mixer Drums
SA-70 M-3b Concrete Culverts Boxes Mixer Drums
SA-71 Lynn Silvertooth B Concrete Rubble
SA-72 Lynn Silvertooth SE; Deep S 12 Deep Cover Units 3.5'x6'x2.5'H 2200 lbs
SA-73 Lynn Silvertooth SE; North 12 Pallet Ball Units 3' base x 4' H 1500 lbs
SA-74 Lynn Silvertooth SE; Cube S 12 Cube Units 2.5' x 2.5' x 3' H 1100 lbs
SA-205 Lynn Silvertooth 41-45 1 Pallet Ball
SA-75 Lynn Silvertooth 25-4 3 Bay Ball and 4 Pallet Balls and 1 Ultra Ball
SA-76 Lynn Silvertooth PH1-07 2 Bay 15 Pallet and 1 Goliath Reefballs
SA-77 Lynn Silvertooth SE; Deep N 12 Deep Cover Units 3.5' x 6' x 2.5' H 2200 lbs
SA-78 Lynn Silvertooth GBR1-08 10 Concrete Modules Layer Cake Design
SA-79 Lynn Silvertooth-Parrot Head 30 Bay Balls
SA-80 Lynn Silvertooth SE; South 3 12 Pallet Ball Units 3' base x 4' H 1500 lbs
SA-81 Lynn Silvertooth SE; North 3 12 Cube Units 2.5'x2.5'x3' H 1100 lbs
SA-82 Lynn Silvertooth 39 7930 tons Ringling Bridge material
SA-83 Lynn Silvertooth 38-06 Reefballs -1 Goliath Ball 18 Pallet Balls 31 Bay Balls
SA-84 Lynn Silvertooth 36-06 Reefballs -1 Goliath Ball 18 Pallet Balls 31 Bay Balls
SA-85 Lynn Silvertooth 34a 18 Large 3'x5' Concrete Blocks and Sinkers
SA-86 Lynn Silvertooth 34b 12 3'x4' Solid Concrete Anchors
SA-87 Lynn Silvertooth 31-06 Reefballs -1 Goliath Ball 18 Pallet Balls 31 Bay Balls
SA-88 Lynn Silvertooth 32-06 Reefballs -1 Goliath Ball 18 Pallet Balls 31 Bay Balls
SA-89 Lynn Silvertooth 30-06 Reefballs -1 Goliath Ball 18 Pallet Balls 31 Bay Balls
SA-90 Lynn Silvertooth 29-06 Reefballs -1 Goliath Ball 18 Pallet Balls 31 Bay Balls
SA-91 Lynn Silvertooth ER1-08 11 Bay 4 Pallet and 1 Ultra Reefballs
SA-92 Lynn Silvertooth 25-6 5 Bay Balls and 2 Pallet Balls
SA-93 Lynn Silvertooth 25-5 11 Bay Balls and 2 Pallet Balls
SA-94 Lynn Silvertooth 25-15 1 Bay Ball and 5 Pallet Balls
SA-203 Lynn Silvertooth 25-16 4 Pallet Balls and 3 Bay Balls
SA-95 Lynn Silvertooth C Ringling Bridge 120 Stressing Blocks 70 Footer Pads
SA-206 Lynn Silvertooth 25-19 16 Reef Ball Modules
SA-96 Lynn Silvertooth ER1-05 6 Bay Ball and 2 Pallet Ball
SA-97 Lynn Silvertooth 28 12-30'x2'x12' Decks 8-4'x25' Piers and Rubble
SA-98 Lynn Silvertooth 39c 30 Concrete Pilings14inx14inx15' and Caps 3'x2.6'x20'
SA-99 Lynn Silvertooth 27 Concrete Pilings14inx14inx15' and Caps 3'x2.6'x20'
SA-100 Lynn Silvertooth 25-2a 5 Bay Balls and 5 Pallet Balls
SA-101 Lynn Silvertooth Reefballs 18 Reefballs Floating Deployment
SA-102 Lynn Silvertooth 25 1 7 Bay Ball and 2 Pallet Balls
SA-103 Lynn Silvertooth ER1-06 1 8 Eternal Reefballs
SA-104 Lynn Silvertooth 25 18 Eternal Reef Balls
SA-105 Lynn Silvertooth 25-7 9 Bay Ball and 5 Pallet Balls
SA-106 Lynn Silvertooth 25-2b 9 Bay Ball and 2 Pallet Balls
SA-107 Lynn Silvertooth 25-13 7 Pallet Balls
SA-108 Lynn Silvertooth ER1-06 2 10 Reefballs - 1 Ultra Ball 2 Pallet Balls 7 Bay Balls
SA-204 Lynn Silvertooth 24-25 1 Pallet Ball and 5 Bay Balls
SA-199 Lynn Silvertooth 25-20 13 Reefball Units 1.71 Nm From New Pass
SA-198 Lynn Silvertooth 25-21 Bay Ball Module Reef
SA-109 Lynn Silvertooth 25 2 13 Bay Balls 2 Pallet Balls and 2 Ultra Balls
SA-200 Lynn Silvertooth 25-19 1 Pallet Ball and 10 Bay Balls
SA-110 Lynn Silvertooth ER-1-07 7 Eternal Reefballs
SA-111 Lynn Silvertooth 25-3 7 Bay Ball and 4 Pallet Balls
SA-202 Lynn Silvertooth 25-17 4 Pallet Balls and 3 Bay Balls
SA-201 Lynn Silvertooth 25-18 1 Pallet Ball and 3 Bay Balls
SA-112 Lynn Silvertooth D Concrete Rubble
SA-113 Lynn Silvertooth 25-3 5 Bay Balls and 2 Pallet Balls
SA-114 Lynn Silvertooth 18 Ringling Bridge 22 Pilings and 3 Piling Caps
SA-115 Lynn Silvertooth 17 Ringling Bridge Decking 7 with Rails 4 without Rails
SA-116 Lynn Silvertooth 16 Ringling Bridge 34 Pilings and 5 Piling Caps
SA-117 Lynn Silvertooth 15 Ringling Bridge Decking 5 with Rails 3 without Rails
SA-118 Lynn Silvertooth A 22 pieces Concrete Deck Slabs
SA-119 Lynn Silvertooth 25-8 6 Bay Ball and 1 Pallet Balls
SA-120 Lynn Silvertooth 14 Ringling Bridge Decking 5 with Rails 3 without Rails
SA-121 Lynn Silvertooth 13 Ringling Bridge 26 Pilings and Rubble
SA-122 Lynn Silvertooth 12 Ringling Bridge Decking 6 with Rails 2 without Rails
SA-123 Lynn Silvertooth 12a 2000 tons of Rock from base of Old Ringling Bridge
SA-124 Lynn Silvertooth 11 Ringling Bridge Decking 5 with Rails 1 without Rails
SA-125 Lynn Silvertooth 10 25 -25'x1' Concrete Pilings Cutoffs and Caps
SA-126 Lynn Silvertooth 10a Ringling Bridge 40 Pilings and 7 Decks without Rails
SA-127 Lynn Silvertooth 9 Ringling Bridge Decking 4 with Rails 1 without Rails
SA-128 Lynn Silvertooth 8 Ringling Bridge Decking 5 with Rails 2 without Rails
SA-129 Lynn Silvertooth Reefball 8 48 Bay Ball and 6 Pallet Ball
SA-130 Lynn Silvertooth 25-12 7 Pallet Balls
SA-131 Lynn Silvertooth Reefball 9 48 Bay Ball and 6 Pallet Ball
SA-132 Green Banana - 50 Mile Spring 300' wide Sink Hole with a crusty edge aka Jacks Hole
SA-133 Lynn Silvertooth 7 Ringling Bridge Decking 4 with Rails 3 without Rails
SA-134 Lynn Silvertooth 6 Ringling Bridge 20 Pilings and 5 Decks
SA-135 Lynn Silvertooth MJI-06 Concrete Decking Piles Slabs and Rubble
SA-136 Lynn Silvertooth 5 Ringling 6 Bridge Decking and 6 Girders
SA-137 Lynn Silvertooth NEP1-07 100 Bay and 35 Pallet Reefballs
SA-138 Lynn Silvertooth 4 Ringling Bridge 24 Pilings and 3 Piling Caps
SA-139 Lynn Silvertooth 3 Ringling Bridge Decking 5 with Rails 2 without Rails
SA-140 Lynn Silvertooth 2 Ringling Bridge Decking 5 with Rails 2 without Rails
SA-141 Lynn Silvertooth Reefball 2 48 Bay Ball and 6 Pallet Ball
SA-142 Lynn Silvertooth 1 Ringling Bridge Decking 5 with Rails 2 without Rails
SA-143 Lynn Silvertooth Reefball 1 48 Bay Ball and 6 Pallet Ball
SA-144 Lynn Silvertooth Reefball 3 48 Bay Ball and 6 Pallet Ball
SA-145 Edwards Islands 2 Islands in Roberts Bay
SA-146 Big Sarasota Pass GPS Waypoint
SA-147 Alan Fisher I-2 Concrete Rubble Form New Pass Bridge Boxes and Piles
SA-148 Donald Roeher-Lido Key 1 Concrete Rubble
SA-149 I3-Donald Roeher Orange Avenue Bridge Rubble
SA-150 Donald Roeher-Lido Key 2 Concrete Rubble
SA-151 Lido Channel Markers 1 (Bay) Channel Markers with 1 Reef Ball at base (1-Green)
SA-152 Rosse Coker 8 (Bay) Concrete Blocks FPL Insulators - NE of Siesta Dr Bridge
SA-153 M-2 Tom Wallin Reef Concrete Culverts Boxes Mixer Drums
SA-154 Bully Powers 7 (Bay) Broken Concrete Blocks FPL Insulators - W of Otter Key
SA-155 Otter Key Island off Lido Key
SA-156 M-1a Gary Service Reef Culverts Steel Barge Fiberglass Boats
SA-157 M-1b Gary Service Reef 110'x30'x7' Derelict Barge with Scattered Culverts
SA-158 Jantzen 5 (Bay) 1 353 cubic yards of Concrete Block
SA-159 Jantzen 5 (Bay) 2 388 cubic yards of Concrete Block
SA-160 Pop Jantzen 5 (Bay) 3 70 Bay Balls Concrete FPL Insulators - NW Bird Key Park
SA-161 Evans 6 (Bay) 1 392 cubic yards of Concrete Block
SA-162 Evans 6 (Bay) 2 392 cubic yards of Concrete Block
SA-163 Jim Evans (Bay) Concrete FPL Insulators - S of Ringling Causeway
SA-164 New Pass GPS Waypoint
SA-165 Jantzen 5 (Bay) 4 120 cubic yards of Concrete Block
SA-166 Lido Channel Markers 2 (Bay) Channel Markers with 1 Reef Ball at base (18-Red)
SA-167 Channel Marker Reefs (Bay) Channel Markers Number for Marker 18
SA-168 Saprito Pier (Bay) 150 Concrete Bay Balls around end of Pier and Lights
SA-169 OD Miller 3 (Bay) Concrete Block placed along K. Thompson Park Seawall
SA-170 Mote Reef (Bay) 1 40 Bay Balls and 6 PVC Modules- Mote Design
SA-171 Mote Reef (Bay) 2 Reef Ball Modules clustered around this coordinate
SA-172 Mote Reef (Bay) 3 11 PVC Modules
SA-173 Gerkin (Bay) 9 Concrete Bay Balls
SA-174 Zalophus 125' Luxury Yacht owned by John Ringling - wreck is gone!
SA-175 A-1 11 Concrete Reefballs
SA-176 Sportfishing Anglers Club (Bay) 150 Bay Balls around Piling - NW of Ringling Causeway
SA-177 Middle Grounds Grass Flats (Bay) Large Grass Area North of New Pass - Drift fishing here
SA-178 Hart Family Reef 2 (Bay) 1 440 cubic yards of Concrete Block
SA-179 Hart Family Reef 2 (Bay) 3 Broken Concrete Block Reef - Inside Sarasota Bay
SA-180 Hart Family Reef 2 (Bay) 2 Cinder Blocks In Sarasota Bay
SA-181 Hart Family Reef 2 (Bay) 4 750 cubic yards of Concrete Block
SA-182 Hart Family Reef 2 (Bay) 5 75 Bay Balls, Concrete, FPL Insulators - E of ICW
SA-183 H-1 14 Concrete Reefballs
SA-197 Girl Scout Site 10 Mini Bay Ball Modules
SA-184 Hart Family Reef 2 (Bay) 6 820 cubic yards of Concrete Block
SA-185 Walker Reef 1 (Bay) 5 Modules with 7 Bay Balls embedded with Tires Chips
SA-186 Walker Reef 2 (Bay) 24 Reefballs 12 Bay and 12 Pallet Balls
SA-187 Walker Reef 3 (Bay) Average of 300 Bay 25 Lo-Pro and 10 Oyster Balls
SA-188 Stephens Point Grass Flats Area - Drift fishing here
SA-189 Module 1 60 Concrete Reefballs
SA-190 Walker Reef - Center Site (Bay) Average numbers of 55 Groups total of 230 Bay Reef Balls
SA-191 Walker Reef 4 (Bay) 5 Modules with 7 Bay Balls imbedded with Tires Chips
SA-192 Walker Reef 5 (Bay) 5 Modules with 7 Bay Balls imbedded with Tires Chips
SA-193 Walker Reef - 4H Site (Bay) Average numbers for 15 Groups total of 52 Bay Reef Balls
SA-194 Walker Reef - Nep Site (Bay) Average numbers 13 Groups total of 154 Bay Reef Balls
SA-195 Walker Reef 6 (Bay) 20 Slabs with 7 Bay Balls in each slab
SA-196 Walker Reef 7 (Bay) 5 Modules with 7 Bay Balls imbedded with Tires Chips

 


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