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Coordinates For New Naples Artificial Reef Site, 2015

by on Feb.26, 2015, under Marco and The 10,000 Islands, Naples

From Bryan Fluech, Florida Sea Grant:

Collier County and the City of Naples continues to deploy new reefs offshore, but here are the coordinates to the 6 deployments that make up the first completed site. It is approximately 10 miles off of Gordon Pass.

A- 26 01.9656, -81 58.5336
B- 26 01.9392, -81 58.5468
C- 26 01.8534, -81 58.4478
D- 26 01.9812, -81 58.5546…
E- 26 01.9098, -81 58.6092
F- 26 01.9068, -81 58.5372
The sites are comprised of  concrete culverts, junction boxes, bride pieces and pilings.

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New Buckeye Artificial Reefs Coordinates Off Steinhatchee, Keaton Beach in Taylor County, FL

by on Jan.14, 2014, under Keaton Beach to Fenholloway, Steinhatchee

From: Geoff Wallat, UF / Taylor County Marine and Natural Resources Agent
During this past summer and fall, Taylor County deployed 2 new artificial reefs on the
permitted Buckeye Reef site. This site is approximately 26 nautical miles off Keaton Beach. The
first reef deployment consisted of 120 constructed concrete cubes. The cubes were placed in
patches of 4 cubes per patch, for a total of 30 patch reefs. The center coordinates for this
deployment are 29  38.879 North, and 83 54.767 West. The additional patch reefs were
spaced at approximately 200 feet between each patch, in a cross pattern. The cubes extend out
North and South, and East and West from the center coordinates. This deployment
was funded by a cooperative grant agreement funded bythe Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) with a match from the Taylor County Board of County Commissioners

The second deploymentent consisted of concrete culvert pipe and concrete material, donated by the local Florida Department of Transportation. Total weight of this deploymentwas 75 tons. This second deployment was made possible by the contributions of local Taylor County organizations and private citizens. The collective group included the Florida Departmentof Transportation (Cindy Dunkle), the Taylor County Tourism Development Council (Dawn Taylor), the Gainesville Offshore Fishing Club(Lou Graf, Richard McDavid and Jay Peacock), theTaylor County Reef Research Team (Jody Courtney and Mike McKinney), and land ownersGeorge Edwards and John Taliaferro who permitted the group to stage and load the materials. The coordinates for this reef are 29 38.441 North, and 83 54.748 West

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Both artificial reef coordinates will be posted to the Taylor County Extension  webpage, at
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Artificial reef systems have shown to have positive impacts on natural fish populations
by providing additional habitat for marine life. The artificial reefs support new reef
communities of marine life, which serves to promote the conservation and management of
several relationally important fish species such as gag grouper and red snapper. The artificial
reefs also provide increased angling and diving opportunities, which have positive economic
impacts for local businesses in Taylor County
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Another Big Grant Brings Super Reefs to Mexico Beach Gulf Waters

by on Jan.08, 2014, under Port St. Joe, Mexico Beach and St. Joseph Bay

From the Mexico Beach Artificial Reef Association:

The MBARA has received another grant for the year 2014 and will be putting down some new super reefs. On top of the first $60,000 grant from the FWC funded by US Fish and Wildlife Sportfish Restoration Fund and FWC, MBARA has been awarded a second $60,000 grant from FWC funded by the State Legislature. Additionally, MBARA is matching theses two grants with another $55,000 brining the project total to $175,000. We are hoping to deploy these 18 new reefs by late April 2014. These grants were made possible by MBARA matching funds raised by our annual Kingfish Tournament, donations, sponsors, membership dues, volunteers and local retailers selling MBARA merchandise. We can do more in years to come with futher support from everyone.

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