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Old 03-24-2013, 02:10 AM   #1
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Default Wrecks / Reefs just south of Perdido Pass?

I have an old (2002 vintage) Hilton's atlas that shows 3 unnamed wrecks and four artificial reefs labeled Chambers 1-4 two to three miles south of the pass. Anybody know if any of these are still there? If so, do they hold any bait?
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3 miles South why don't you just go check them out? Run slow and you may find more spots.
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Yeah, I'm gonna check em out, just wondered if anybody else had been there lately.
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If they're still there they should be loaded. .
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Yeah, I'm gonna check em out, just wondered if anybody else had been there lately.
Those spots are the only one's close to the pass, and on a good weekend I would say 300 or so boats hit them, so don't expect much there, but you never can tell. And their not wrecks, Diver classes use them for certifying
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I troll around them when just out putting around... they have Kings on them from the first of May on.... don't see any groups of fish in a cluster... watched some folks stop and catch catfish on it one day... they kept them.... well, I never saw them release any or throw any back... of course I was trolling and wasn't watching all the time... but I saw a few put in the boat...
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