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|02-29-2012, 09:40 PM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2011
does anyone know what wrecks or reefs are productive right now?
|03-29-2012, 02:49 AM||#2|
Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: Holley, FL
Just found your post, so the response is a little belated. When I fish out in the GoM, I don't limit myself to a single area, because i've witnessed that one area can be popping off one day or week, and the following day or week would look like a ghost town on the SONAR. The seas are dynamic and not static, and it's better I say to fish it that way.
If you run a chartplotter that can accept chipsets for bathymetric charts and/or NOAA Nautical Charts get one. It'll have all the most current list of reefs up to when the chip was manufactured for the area the chipset covers. I run a Navionics Gold chip, and if nothing is happening where I planned to go; I can look on the chart for the nearby reefs to where I am if I'm fishing artificial structures.
If you don't have a chartplotter or do, but no chipset; then i'd have at least a list of the reefs for the general area you'll be fishing, and then some.
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