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Wakulla County GPS Numbers

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Fishing & Dive Sites memory card from florida go fishingThere are an abundance of offshore reefs, wrecks, and islands off the Wakulla County coast. Fishing the points around the islands on Ochlockonee Bay, Dickerson Bay, or Oyster Bay can be very productive. For more fishing options you can explore the reefs in neighboring Taylor or Franklin County.
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Site ID / Reef Name Materials D R
WK-1 Drifter Fishing Vessel 24  
WK-2 Miss Aline Fishing Vessel 50  
WK-3 Dog Ballard Phase 3 108 - 1 Meter Square Cubes placed in tight square 26 3
WK-4 Dog Ballard Phase 2 Large Concrete Poles 25 10
WK-5 Dog Ballard Phase 1 253 tons of Concrete Culvers 26 5
WK-6 Ben 369 ton Barge    
WK-7 Gray Mare Rock Island on Apalachee Bay    
WK-8 Palmetto Island Island on Apalachee Bay    
WK-9 OAR 2K Reef 30 Towers and 12 Fish Havens in 50 meter Pentagon Shape 27 6
WK-10 Wakulla Big Bend Regional 1 24 Pre-Fab Cubes 1 meter on a side 50m spaced Hexagon 22 3
WK-11 Slough Island Island on Apalachee Bay    
WK-12 Wakulla Big Bend Regional 2 96 Pre-Fab Cubes one meter on a side-50M Spaced Hexagon 22 3
WK-67 St Marks Reef E3 4 Lindberg-Type Cubes and 1 Walter Ecosystem Reef 22 3
WK-90 St Marks Reef E7 4 Lindberg-Type Cubes and 1 Walter Ecosystem Reef 22 3
WK-86 St Marks Reef E5 4 Lindberg-Type Cubes and 1 Walter Ecosystem Reef 22 3
WK-68 St Marks Reef E1 4 Lindberg-Type Cubes and 1 Walter Ecosystem Reef 22 3
WK-87 St Marks Reef D6 4 Lindberg-Type Cubes and 1 Walter Ecosystem Reef 22 3
WK-69 St Marks Reef D2 4 Lindberg-Type Cubes and 1 Walter Ecosystem Reef 22 3
WK-83 St Marks Reef D4 4 Lindberg-Type Cubes and 1 Walter Ecosystem Reef 22 3
WK-13 St Marks Reef 3 Concrete Culverts 20 5
WK-70 St Marks Reef C3 4 Lindberg-Type Cubes and 1 Walter Ecosystem Reef 22 3
WK-89 St Marks Reef C7 4 Lindberg-Type Cubes and 1 Walter Ecosystem Reef 22 3
WK-85 St Marks Reef C5 4 Lindberg-Type Cubes and 1 Walter Ecosystem Reef 22 3
WK-71 St Marks Reef C1 4 Lindberg-Type Cubes and 1 Walter Ecosystem Reef 22 3
WK-72 BBCC-1 A Single Cement Engineered Form 21 3
WK-73 St Marks Reef B2 4 Lindberg-Type Cubes and 1 Walter Ecosystem Reef 22 3
WK-91 St Marks Reef B6 1 Walter Ecosystem Reef 22 3
WK-82 St Marks Reef B4 4 Lindberg-Type Cubes and 1 Walter Ecosystem Reef 22 3
WK-14 St Marks Reef 2 Concrete Culverts 20 5
WK-15 St Marks Reef Tires St. Marks Reef Tires from a 1964 Deployment 20 3
WK-74 St Marks Reef A3 4 Lindberg-Type Cubes and 1 Walter Ecosystem Reef 22 3
WK-75 St Marks Reef A1 4 Lindberg-Type Cubes and 1 Walter Ecosystem Reef 22 3
WK-88 St Marks Reef A7 4 Lindberg-Type Cubes and 1 Walter Ecosystem Reef 22 3
WK-84 St Marks Reef A5 4 Lindberg-Type Cubes and 1 Walter Ecosystem Reef 22 3
WK-16 St Marks Reef 1 Concrete Culverts 20 5
WK-17 Hendry Barge No 20 30' x 20' Anchored Barge Capsized 28  
WK-18 Marker 24 Barge South 80 Pieces Concrete Culverts 8'x15in 8x30in 8'x36in 8'x48in 31 5
WK-21 Marker 24 Barge W Steel Fuel Barge Upside Down near Marker 24 29 8
WK-20 Marker 24 Barge North 93 Pieces Concrete Culverts8'x15in 8x30in 8'x36in 29 5
WK-19 Marker 24 Barge N and S 65 Pieces Concrete Culverts 8'x18in 8x30in 8'x36in 29 5
WK-22 Ledge Natural Reef with undercuts and caves - good shark fishing 75 10
WK-23 Sprague Island Island on Apalachee Bay    
WK-24 Big Pass Island Island    
WK-25 Little Pass Island Island    
WK-26 Gibbs Island Island    
WK-27 Rotary Reef Bridge North Concrete Spans from Old Ochlockonee Bay Bridge 20 6
WK-28 Rotary Reef 7 Concrete Culverts 25 5
WK-29 Rotary Reef Bridge Center Concrete Spans from Old Ochlockonee Bay Bridge 20 6
WK-30 Rotary Reef Tires 2500 Tires 200'x300' center coordinates 25 3
WK-31 Rotary Reef 5 Concrete Culverts 20 5
WK-32 Rotary Reef 3 Fuselage of DC-3 Concrete Slabs 20 5
WK-33 Rotary Reef 2 9 Separate Loads of Pipes 25 5
WK-34 Rotary Reef 4 Concrete Culverts 25 5
WK-35 Rotary Reef 6 Concrete Culverts 25 5
WK-36 Rotary Reef Bridge South Concrete Spans from Old Ochlockonee Bay Bridge 20 6
WK-37 Johns Island Island on Johns Cove    
WK-38 Pattys Island Island in Goose Creek Bay    
WK-39 OAR Wakulla DZ3 6 315 Culverts 67 Concrete Slabs and 5 Cement Mixers 65  
WK-40 OAR Wakulla DZ3 7 200 tons Concrete Culverts Boxes 60' Steel Boat Hull 55 6
WK-41 OAR Wakulla DZ3 8 Concrete Culverts-Concrete Tanks and Misc. Concrete 56  
WK-42 OAR Wakulla DZ1 4 140 tons of Culverts 52  
WK-43 OAR Wakulla DZ1 3 Concrete Culverts 53  
WK-44 OAR Wakulla DZ1 1 297 tons Concrete Culverts 65 6
WK-45 OAR Wakulla DZ1 2 Concrete Culverts 52 13
WK-46 OAR Wakulla DZ2 1 34 Fiberglass and Steel Boat Molds 4 Bridge Slabs 58 8
WK-47 OAR Wakulla DZ2 2 Fiberglass Boat Molds and Bridge Materials 58 6
WK-48 Gull Island Island on Oyster Bay    
WK-49 Cutoff Island Island    
WK-50 Smith Island Island    
WK-51 Alligator Island Island in Stuart Cove    
WK-52 Jacks Island Island    
WK-53 Palmetto Island Island on Oyster Bay    
WK-54 Boggy Island Island    
WK-55 Middle Point Island Island    
WK-56 Piney Island Island    
WK-57 Hopkins Island Island    
WK-58 Porter Island Island    
WK-59 Alligator Point GPS Waypoint    
WK-60 Grass Island Island on Ochlockonee Bay    
WK-61 Thoms Island Island    
WK-76 Lacampo 1 Concrete Culverts    
WK-77 Cureton Reef - Support Beams Concrete Roof Support Beams    
WK-78 Cureton Reef - Hopper Metal Hopper 49  
WK-79 Cureton Reef 2 Concrete Vats 50 4
WK-80 Lacampo 2 Concrete Culverts    
WK-81 Lacampo 3 Concrete Culverts    
WK-62 OAR Robbys Reef 1 Culverts    
WK-63 OAR Robbys Reef 5 Grouper Boxes    
WK-64 OAR Robbys Reef 2 Limestone Specials    
WK-65 OAR Robbys Reef 3 Florida Specials    
WK-66 OAR Robbys Reef 4 Crabtor    

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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