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Charlotte County GPS Numbers

GPS Coordinates > Southwest > Charlotte

Fishing & Dive Sites memory card from florida go fishing Charlotte County wraps around Charlotte Harbor, with Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda and Boca Grande bordering the harbor. Charlotte Harbor is well know internationally as one of the best Tarpon fishing grounds in the world. There are many islands, creeks, passes, bays, and artifical reefs to fish with Charlotte Harbor being the most popular for big tarpon & shark. During the winter months fishing the inlets, creeks, and around the small islands anglers get lots of action on Seatrout, Snook, and Redfish. We have included a few close Lee County sites in our list. For more close by sites visit Sarasota County and Lee County's reef charts.
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Site ID / Reef Name Material / Description D R
CH-1 Helens Barges 5 60' Barge Steel - 2 Barges 30 6
CH-2 Helens Reef Culverts power poles rubble 32  
CH-3 Boca Grande Reef 667 Yards of Concrete Pilings and Rubble    
CH-4 Box Car 5 Steel Framework    
CH-5 Shell Pass Inlet GPS Waypoint from Charlotte Harbor in Bokeelia    
CH-6 Box Car 7 8 Railroad Hopper Cars    
CH-7 Box Car 1 Railroad Boxcars Hopper Cars    
CH-8 Boca Grande Channel GPS Waypoint ICW - NW Cayo Costa island    
CH-9 Old Phosphate Dock Gasparilla Is 3 rows of old Dock Pilings protrude from water - approx 12  
CH-10 Outlaw Wreck 19  
CH-11 Danger Reef 40' Steel Tug on side no structure deteriorated 12 6
CH-12 17th Street Reefs Gasparilla Isl Rock Ledges 100 yards from shore - appox 8 4
CH-13 Cape Haze B-3A Modules Steel Units Concrete Culverts 18 4
CH-14 Cape Haze CULV1B Concrete Culverts 18  
CH-15 Cape Haze Reef (Bay) 5 Culvert Bundles 18 4
CH-16 Charlottes Reef Slabs Concrete Slabs    
CH-17 Cape Haze 1A Concrete Culverts 18  
CH-18 Marys Reef Concrete Culverts 30 13
CH-19 Gallaghers Cut Entrance into Turtle Bay - trout snook redfish 5  
CH-20 Bull Key Island at entrance to Charlotte Harbor W    
CH-21 Gallagher Keys Islands at entrance to Turtle Bay on Charlotte Harbor    
CH-22 Cayo Pelau Island at entrance to Charlotte Harbor W    
CH-23 Cape Haze Cape at entrance to Turtle Bay    
CH-24 Eagle Nest Island on SW Turtle Bay    
CH-25 Cape Haze Bar Long Shallow Bar on Charlotte Harbor outside Turtle Bay    
CH-26 Sandfly Key Island in Gasparilla Sound    
CH-27 Crow Key Island on Charlotte Harbor near Punta Gorda    
CH-28 Pirate Harbor Hole Natural Deep Holes in Charlotte Harbor - tarpon sharks 20  
CH-29 The Cut Off Channel GPS Waypoint    
CH-30 Roberts Island Channel Channel GPS Waypoint    
CH-31 Tremblay TR1 Concrete Bridge Sections 42  
CH-32 Terrapin Key Island on Charlotte Harbor near Punta Gorda    
CH-33 Tremblay Reef Center Concrete Bridge Rubble - reef center 41 11
CH-34 Cotton Key Island on Charlotte Harbor near Punta Gorda    
CH-35 Tremblay Reef Barge 90'x23'x8' Steel Deck Barge 42 8
CH-36 Tremblay TR2 Coral Creek Bridge Sections 42  
CH-37 Novak NR7 Concrete Bridge Sections 30  
CH-38 Novak NRMB Matlacha Bridge Sections 30  
CH-39 Novak Reef 04-Buoy 1a Concrete Culverts 30 13
CH-40 Novak Memorial Memorial Reef 30  
CH-41 Novak Reef 1 Center Concrete Bridge Rubble - reef center 29 7
CH-42 Mound Key Island E Gasparilla Sound    
CH-43 Novak Reef 2 Concrete Bridge Rubble 30 6
CH-44 Novak Reef 3 Concrete Bridge Rubble 30 7
CH-45 Novak Reef 4 Concrete Bridge Rubble 30 10
CH-46 Novak Reef 04-Buoy 3a Concrete Culverts 30 13
CH-47 Novak Reef 04-Buoy 3b Concrete Culverts 30 13
CH-48 Novak Reef 04-Buoy 1b Concrete Culverts 30 13
CH-49 Novak Reef 04-Buoy 1c Concrete Culverts 30 13
CH-50 Fines Key Island on Charlotte Harbor near Punta Gorda    
CH-51 Gasparilla Pass Channel GPS Waypoint    
CH-52 Catfish Point Cape on Gasparilla Sound Placida    
CH-53 Bird Key 1 Island on Placida Harbor and Boca Grande Pass    
CH-54 Palm Island Barge Reef 70'x23'x8' Steel Barge Concrete 1'x40' Steel Spuds 56 8
CH-55 Palm Island Ferry Reef 60'x20'x5' Steel Car Ferry Concr Boxes Pilings 55 5
CH-56 Redfish Key Island on Charlotte Harbor E    
CH-57 Palm Island Ferry TR2 Culverts 56  
CH-58 Palm Island Ferry TR1 Concrete Culverts, Limestone, Seawall Slabs 55  
CH-59 Middle Harbor Hole Natural Deep Holes in Charlotte Harbor - tarpon sharks 20  
CH-60 Blacks Island Island on Charlotte Harbor E    
CH-61 Cormorant Key Island on Charlotte Harbor E    
CH-62 Charlotte Harbor Reef (Bay) 1100 tons of Bridge Rubble Beams 12  
CH-63 Charlotte Harbor Site (Bay) Concrete Rubble 12 3
CH-64 Charlotte Harbour 1 (Bay) Concrete Culverts 12 3
CH-65 Silcox Key Island on Charlotte Harbor E    
CH-66 Charlotte Harbor Site B (Bay) 3 17 Pallet and 35 Bay Balls East Row 12 3
CH-67 Charlotte Harbor Site A (Bay) 1 18 Pallet and 35 Bay Balls West Row 12 3
CH-68 Kettle Harbor Bay off Cape Haze    
CH-69 Blow Down Creek Shallow Creek - winter Redfish summer snook    
CH-70 Charlotte Harbor Site B (Bay) 4 17 Pallet and 35 Bay Balls East Row 12 3
CH-71 Charlotte Harbor Site A (Bay) 2 18 Pallet and 35 Bay Balls West Row 12 3
CH-72 Stump Pass 3 Mile 1 Concrete Culverts 43 5
CH-73 Stump Pass 3 Mile 2 Concrete Culverts 42 5
CH-74 Stump Pass 3 Mile 3 Concrete Culverts 45 5
CH-75 Deep Hole 20 Natural Deep Holes in Charlotte Harbor - tarpon sharks 20  
CH-76 Charlotte Park Channel GPS Waypoint    
CH-77 Alligator Creek Dredged Creek empties into Charlotte Harbor - winter snook    
CH-78 Queen B V 34' Chris-Craft Wooden Boat 17  
CH-79 Oyster Creek Shallow entrance to this Creek good fishing at mouth    
CH-80 Barge Canal Shallow Canal - lots of fish year round    
CH-81 Stump Pass Inlet Channel GPS Waypoint    
CH-82 Peterson Island Island at Stump Pass in state park    
CH-83 Englewood Fish Haven Bridge Rubble 22  
CH-84 Deep Hole 14 Hole 200 yards NW of Marker 8 - good fishing 14  
CH-85 Old Tire Reef Tires - no vertical profile remains 12  
CH-86 Cedar Point Cape across from Manasota Key Englewood    
CH-87 Captain Jeff Steele Reef 09-1 279 tons of Concrete Culverts and Pilings 60 8
CH-88 Fisherman Village Yacht Basin GPS Waypoint    
CH-89 Captain Jeff Steele Reef N-1 144.7 tons of Culverts 55 12
CH-90 Locus Point Cape at entrance to Myakka Cutoff    
CH-91 Captain Jeff Steele Reef N-2 81.4 tons of Culverts 55 12
CH-92 Captain Jeff Steele Reef N-4 119.6 tons of Culverts 55 12
CH-93 Captain Jeff Steele Reef N-3 137.9 tons of Culverts 55 12
CH-94 Captain Jeff Steele Reef N-5 96.4 tons of Culverts 60 12
CH-95 Captain Jeff Steele Barge 110' Steel Barge and Steele Memorial 59  
CH-96 Hog Island Island on Charlotte Harbor NW    
CH-97 Cattle Dock Point Point with cutoff Pilings west bank of Myakka River-Redfish    
CH-98 Muddy Bay Bay next to Cape Haze - snook redfish    
CH-99 Bird Key 2 Island on Charlotte Harbor N of bridge    
CH-100 EL Cottingham 523 ton Schooner 600  
CH-101 Long Island Island on Charlotte Harbor N of bridge    
CH-102 Tippecanoe Bay Shallow Bay for winter snook redfish 4  
CH-103 Sans Souci Trestle Trestle built 1907 on Shell Creek - good fishing underneath    
CH-104 Shell Creek Dam Dam on Shell Creek with submerged rock shallow    
CH-105 Rock Creek Creek to fish during high tide    

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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