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Old 11-25-2018, 01:21 PM   #1
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Default Casino Reef #'s and Status/Report 27/11 update

Looking for impressions that folks have after fishing this reef cluster and the patches that makes it up?




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PLEASE PM me - I understand if folks don't want to give pubic reports. This is for comparison to the Navarre Cluster(s) and density of materials. We're hoping to get grant $ from FWC to look at all the reefs that went out with the NRDA $. Your impressions and reports will help fill in the initial Grant requests.



We have another square mile off Navarre to fill in and looking to get some science or provide some science to get the biomass kicking.


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Old 11-25-2018, 01:41 PM   #2
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You mean this?


http://myfwc.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Vi...308e757965d17d
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Old 11-25-2018, 05:45 PM   #3
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BD. Not even close, that appears off East Pass, Okaloosa County reefs, the reef cluster and patches I'm asking about is off Escambia County's Casino Reef area. I've highlighted and circled it on the map you linked to... Approximately 1.4sm SSE of the Pensacola Pier (measured on the attached files in the original post above).


The FWC does some interesting things when posting up "reefs". The FWC site shows 1 center point for the individual reef patches in the Casino Reef Cluster. There are ~149 individual reefs and 36 large tetrahedrons 15'-18' tall (relief) super reefs in the mix. they have been out since June(ish) '17 so I'm trying to get reports of impressions from folks that have hit it. The Casino Cluster is about 1300' x 1500' and has reef balls, small pyramids and large pyramids in the 150 or so reefs.



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Old 11-25-2018, 06:21 PM   #4
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when I find the numbers, I'll go give it a try. I saw them a while back, ment to put them in the machine, but here I am looking for them...
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Yes I posted the FWC link so people could get the numbers for the reefs OFF the Pensacola beach pier that you are referring to. For some reason the link I posted does shoot you down past destin, I don't know why.


I have fished all of this reefs and I like them. I wish there was another site with the numbers for these reefs because some of them do not show up when I go out there and I have double checked the numbers from the FWC site.



These do not show up at all on my bottom machine but the rest do.
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https://dokumen.tips/documents/state...locations.html

New reef names.

ES0200
ES0201
ES0202
ES0203
ES0204
ES0205
ES0099
ES0051
ES0052
ES0513
ES0514
ES0515
ES0516
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Stress I have found most of the casino #s. Lots of small Snapper and small trigger. No flounder. They will need a couple years to aquire some good fish. I recomend not publishing them until they establish themself.
Put some junk on top of that rubble that was sw of the barges a short distance. Nothing showing but the tops of concrete above the sand. It would be a good base for more rubble. Turpin are you listning. I got some numbers for the few pieces above the sand.
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Stress I have found most of the casino #s. Lots of small Snapper and small trigger. No flounder. They will need a couple years to aquire some good fish. I recomend not publishing them until they establish themself.
Put some junk on top of that rubble that was sw of the barges a short distance. Nothing showing but the tops of concrete above the sand. It would be a good base for more rubble. Turpin are you listning. I got some numbers for the few pieces above the sand.



I agree these are not the reefs you are looking for, move along.. move along.
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Some of the NEW reef balls deployed on the OLD Casino rubble site are listed in the Florida Artificial Reef list
http://myfwc.com/media/4416912/state...tlocations.pdf
Pretty sure they are listed in the Escambia ARL as well
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...ya... exactly, they put 150 new reefs in the old Casino reef area, that's the picture, and I've asked the admin to post those numbers up, *.gpx and *.Gbd formats. I've asked and Sealark is the only one that has responded, remotely close to the question I asked.
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