A LEG REEF  is a shallow water reef only a mile off the beach just east of the CB Buoy. It was deployed in July 1993 with resources left over
from construction of the Mid Bay Bridge. There are supposed to be a total of 106 - 5' high concrete pyramids dropped in 28 sites, roughly 200'
apart. However, hurricanes have taken their toll and moved or covered a lot of them. You can still find some 2-4' returns on your bottom machine
in the area and it is a good place to find bait or troll for king mackerel. Also known as the "Training Reef" and the "10 Fathom Reef".

A Leg Reef                          N 30:21.801      W 86:29.897   120°mag/1.0sm   2-4'   60'    7/28/1993
A Leg Reef A                       30:22.133      86:30.031  
A Leg Reef B                       30 22.124      86:30.025
A Leg Reef C                       30:22.109     86:30.024

A Leg Reef D                       30:22.134     86:29.959
A Leg Reef E                       30:22.149     86:29.955
A Leg Reef F                       30:22.219     86:29.623
A Leg Reef G                       30:22.306     86:29.678

A Leg Reef H                       30:22.082     86:29.611
A Leg Reef I                         30:22.002     86:29.873
A Leg Reef J                        30:22.781     86:29.914
A Leg Reef K                       30:22.800     86:29.781

A Leg Reef L                       30:22.802     86:29.595
A Leg Reef M                      30:21.970     86:29.386

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ARMY TANKS  were sunk on December 19, 1994 as part of the US Army logistic exercise Reefex94. ( Reefex 94 was the program name used
by the US Army to de-militarize its obsolete M-60 battle tanks by sinking them in the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic ocean. ) A total of 14 US Army
surplus M-60 main battle tanks from the Anniston Army Depot were sunk on December 19, 1994 as part of the US Army logistic exercise Reefex
94. Six were sunk about 1 1/2 miles south south east of the Okaloosa Island pier in 70'. One was sunk 1 1/2 mile south of the CB Buoy just north
of the Eglin Barge in 68' of water. Two  were sunk further east about a mile due south of the Miss Louise in 68'. The other five tanks were sunk
in deeper water, about 17 miles southeast of Destin in around 115'.

Usually hold red snapper, maybe a grouper or trigger fish.

Army Tank # 07                    N 30:21.518      W 86:29.689   127°mag/1.5sm   12' relief   
Army Tank # 08                    N 30:21.222      W 86:25.437   103°mag/5.5sm   12'    
Army Tank # 09                    N 30:21.223      W 86:25.366   103°mag/5.6sm   12'    



















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B LEG REEF
A relatively shallow artificial reef just  1.6 sm south of the Okaloosa County  James Lee County Park . It is an east to west running reef of small 5'
high concrete pyramids. Twenty four sites, approximately 200' apart, for a total reported to be 78. Hurricanes and shifting sands have moved or
buried many.

B Leg Reef West End           N 30:21.341     W 86:25.090   102°mag/5.9sm   2-4'  60'   8/17/1993    
B Leg Reef East End            N 30:21.349     W 86:24.387                                                                  
                                                                                                                 







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BARNES SITE 3                       N 30:15.000       W 86:29.900                                                               General area of old reef, unknown
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BARNES SITE 5                       N 30:14.891       W 86:19.750  129°mag/12.1sm          98'          19??     General area of unknown material




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C LEG REEF
A relatively shallow artificial reef approximately 2 sm south east of the Okaloosa County  James Lee County Park . It runs NW to SE and consists
of small 5' high concrete pyramids. Supposed to be 13 sites 200' apart. Again, hurricanes and shifting sands have moved or covered many. Still a
good place to troll for kings.

C Leg Reef North End         N 30:21.638       W 86:24.439   097°mag/6.4sm           60'       /6/1993    
C Leg Reef South End        N 30:21.238       W 86:24.248                                                                   












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CRYSTAL BEACH RUBBLE          N 30:21.960      W 86:24.990    095°mag/5.9sm             
Area of concrete rubble, tires, appliances, "PVC trees" in 63' of water deployed in the late 1980s(?).

Crystal Beach Rubble A       30:21.741      86:24.748                                                                                                        
Crystal Beach Rubble B       30:22.080      86:24.950    
Crystal Beach Rubble C       30:22.019      86:25.215
Crystal Beach Rubble D       30:21.766      86:24.511
Crystal Beach Rubble E       30:21.768      86:25.003



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CSX BOXCARS
In June of 1988, CSX railroad donated a total of 16 old boxcars to be used as artificial reefs off Destin. They were deployed in 4 different sites,
with 4 boxcars to each site. One site (CSX Box Cars 4) is located  5 miles west of the CB Buoy near the Barrel Barge. Another site (CSX Box
Cars 1) is located 20 sm south west in 103' of water. The other two sites are east of the CB Buoy in state waters, and are listed below. Most
have been covered with sand or rotted away.

Four boxcars were sunk on June 17, 1988 just west of the Destin Bridge rubble in 70' of water.
CSX Box Cars 2                   N 30:21.268      W 86:30.045        145°mag/1.4sm
CSX Box Cars 2 A                30:21.216      86:30.004
CSX Box Cars 2 B                30:21.332      86:30.058
CSX Box Cars 2 C                30:21.305      86:30.170

Another four were sunk on June 9, 1988 6 sm east of the Destin pass in 70' of water.
CSX Box Cars 3                   30:21.143      86:25.054          104°mag/5.95sm
CSX Box Cars 3 A                30:21.229      86:25.068
CSX Box Cars 3 B                30:21.156      86:25.040











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DESTIN HARBOR INLET BOX        N 30:22.827      W 86:29.177  070°mag/1.8sm                                  
Concrete inlet box for old Destin Harbor flush system in around 20' of water. Approximately 8' x 8' x 8' concrete "box" only 0.2 sm off the beach
from Oceania and Holiday Isle Towers condos.  (770 Gulf Shore Dr, Destin, FL 32541  ). Popular for divers, also called "Opal Rocks".
Good spot for bait. Closest public access is the Calhoun public access area near the Back Porch restaurant.












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DESTIN BRIDGE RUBBLE                140°mag/2.0 sm

Concrete debris from the old Destin Bridge was dumped in several locations approximately 1.5 sm southeast of the Destin pass in 1977 in 60 -
70' of water. Consists mainly of concrete beams, road panels. Popular dive spot. Good area for trolling for King Mackerel. In November -
December, flounder may be found on the bottom in this area. Good variety of other fish, fished heavily though.

Destin Bridge Rubble 5 A     N 30:20.901      W 86:30.112   155°mag/1.7sm   2-6'  70'           
Destin Bridge Rubble 5 B     30:20.877      86:30.137                                                                  

Destin Bridge Rubble 4 A     30:21.081      86:29.631   139°mag/1.8sm
Destin Bridge Rubble 4 B     30:21.088      86:29.636       

Destin Bridge Rubble 3 A     30:20.943      86:29.523   140°mag/2.0sm
Destin Bridge Rubble 3 B     30:20.937      86:29.535        
Destin Bridge Rubble 3 C     30:20.952      86:29.518        
Destin Bridge Rubble 3 D     30:20.938      86:29.526      

Destin Bridge Rubble 2 A     30:20.898      86:29.557   141°mag/2.0sm
Destin Bridge Rubble 2 B     30:20.907      86:29.576        
Destin Bridge Rubble 2 C     30:20.909      86:29.558       
Destin Bridge Rubble 2 D     30:20.906      86:29.547        

Destin Bridge Rubble 1        30:20.828      86:29.622    144°mag/2.1sm       
Destin Bridge Rubble 1 A     30:20.826      86:29.625                                                                                                                   
Destin Bridge Rubble 1 B     30:20.826      86:29.630                                              
Destin Bridge Rubble 1 C     30:20.816      86:29.636
                                  
Destin Bridge Rubble 1 D     30:20.821      86:29.638                                                
Destin Bridge Rubble 1 E     30:20.837      86:29.626





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DUNBAR REEF                    N 30:21.016       W 86:26.280    107°mag/4.8sm        

aka SE Autos. General area of old artificial reef consisting of car bodies, scrap metal, rubble in 78' of water.

Dunbar Reef A                     30:21.148      86:26.250  



                                                   










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FISH HAVEN 3                    N 30:21.281      W 86:24.729   102°mag/6.2sm
Area where 60 steel fuel tanks were sunk in 70' of water in 1990

Fish Haven # 3 A                  30:21.136      86:24.657                                                                  4 steel fuel tanks
Fish Haven # 3 B                  30:21.232      86:24.681                                                                  2 fuel steel tanks
Fish Haven # 3 C                  30:21.488      86:24.805                                                                  4 steel fuel tanks

Fish Haven # 3 D                  30:20.957      86:24.824                                                                  6 steel fuel tanks
Fish Haven # 3 E                  30:20.988      86:24.883                                                                  6 steel fuel tanks
Fish Haven # 3 F                  30:21.325      86:24.916                                                                  7 steel fuel tanks
Fish Haven # 3 G                  30:21.422      86:24.930                                                                  1 steel fuel tank

Fish Haven # 3 H                  30:21.277      86:24.935                                                                  6 steel fuel tanks
Fish Haven # 3 I                    30:21.406      86:24.946                                                                  4 steel fuel tanks

















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FRANGISTA CULVERTS   
Area where 52 concrete culverts (6' x 8' and 4' x 8') were sunk on June 18, 2001 in 80' of water approximately 3.6 sm off the beach from the old
Frangista motel. Concrete culverts sit on a sandy bottom and holds red snapper, triggerfish, flounder, bait fish, sharks, and at times schools of
amberjack. Good place for trolling.

Frangista Culverts A             30:19.751      86:22.909                                            
Frangista Culverts B             30:19.740      86:22.902                                                
Frangista Culverts C             30:19.750      86:22.894                                                
Frangista Culverts D             30:19.757      86:22.910
       
Frangista Culverts E             30:19.772      86:22.910
Frangista Culverts F             30:19.860      86:22.899







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GRAYTON TUG BOAT (?)  30:16.200     86:11.233   112°mag/20.8sm                                     
Not Confirmed numbers




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GRAYTON DRONE (?)        30:09.200     86:14.768   135°mag/22.0sm                                       
Not confirmed numbers




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JUNES DUNES REEF          30:22.608      86:27.965    084°mag/2.9sm  

Shallow water reef deployed in March of 1997 just a half mile off the beach from the old Junes Dunes restaurant. Approximately 55' depth.The
restaurant was torn down in 2003 and replaced with the Dolphin Run Condominium. The reef consisted of a 50' houseboat and 25 concrete "reef
balls". Due to its shallow depth, a lot of the structure has been mostly covered over or moved by hurricanes. You can still find a few bottom
returns in the area and it is a good place to catch bait or  troll by for King Mackerel. Can be accessed from the June White Decker Beach access.

June's Dune A                      30:22.578      86:27.969                                                                     
June's Dune B                      30:22.588      86:27.944  





                             

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KELP BED                           30:20.173      86:29.686      155° mag / 2.7 sm                                                         

Old FAD, approximatedly 30' x 30' in 80' of water.

Kelp Bed A                            30:20.171      86:29.682
Kelp Bed B                            30:20.172      86:29.689
Kelp Bed C                            30:20.177      86:32.452
Kelp Bed D                            30:20.168     86:29.687

Kelp Bed E                            30:20.199      86:29.669
Kelp Bed F                            30:20.196      86:29.668
Kelp Bed G                           30:20.199       86:29.669
Kelp Bed H                            30:20.137      86:29.696

Kelp Bed I                             30:20.158      86:29.694
Kelp Bed J                            30:20.148      86:29.708



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Miramar FAD 1  (?)                   30:21.744      86:21.199   095°mag/9.7sm           60'                         
Not confirmed numbers





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Miramar FAD 2 (?)                    30:19.491      86:22.438   114°mag/8.6sm           80'                         
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SAND FLEA REEF COMPLEX -        30:21.813      86:26.405 (approx center)    098°mag/4.5sm
The Sand Flea Reef is a large approximately one square mile area where 35 concrete/steel pyramid reefs were deployed by Okaloosa County in
2006 and 2007.  Only a mile off the Henderson Beach State Park in 65' - 70' of water, the reef system is popular with the Kayakers and holds
good fish (Red Snapper, grouper, triggerfish) It is fished heavily, so lighter tackle is recommended. FH 12 sites are 8' high/10' base Florida
Limestone pyramids deployed June 22, 2007. The Sand Flea sites are Florida Special concrete/steel pyramids (10' tall, 12' base) deployed April
4, 2006.



















Sand Flea 01                        30:22.039     86:26.699   095°mag/4.2sm   10'    60'    4/4/2006       
 North West Corner of Sand Flea Complex
Sand Flea 02                        30:21.980     86:26.616                    
Sand Flea 03                        30:21.984     86:26.426                       
Sand Flea 04                        30:22.038     86:26.231

Sand Flea 05                        30:22.004     86:26.013                    
Sand Flea 06                        30:21.946     86:25.928   096°mag/4.95sm                                         
North East Corner of Sand Flea  Complex  
Sand Flea 07                        30:21.815     86:25.931                
Sand Flea 08                        30:21.697     86:25.916

Sand Flea 09                        30:21.644     86:26.004                    
Sand Flea 10                        30:21.558     86:25.930                 
Sand Flea 11                        30:21.478     86:26.018                       
Sand Flea 12                        30:21.425     86:25.925   103°mag/5.0sm                                           
South East Corner of Sand Flea Complex

Sand Flea 13                        30:21.408     86:26.195                       
Sand Flea 14                        30:21.570     86:26.214                    
Sand Flea 15                        30:21.468     86:26.402                 
Sand Flea 16                        30:21.403     86:26.501

Sand Flea 17                        30:21.394     86:26.677   105°mag/4.3sm                                           
South West Corner of Sand Flea Complex
Sand Flea 18                        30:21.486     86:26.584               
Sand Flea 19                        30:21.564     86:26.682                     
Sand Flea 20                        30:21.642     86:26.596

Sand Flea 21                        30:21.633     86:26.414                    
Sand Flea 22                        30:21.817     86:26.681                   
Sand Flea 23                        30:21.810     86:26.510                  
Sand Flea 24                        30:21.818     86:26.214

Sand Flea 25                        30:21.816     86:26.218                     
Sand Flea 26                        30:21.831     86:26.213                          
Sand Flea 27                        30:21.831     86:26.211

FH12 Site 01                        30:21.828      86:26.409                                                                      FH 12 is 8 concrete pyramids within
FH12 Site 02                        30:21.824      86:26.411                                                                      a 150' circle - good fishing
FH12 Site 03                        30:21.813      86:26.405    098°mag/4.5sm   8'    66'   6/33/2007        Center of Sand Flea Complex
FH12 Site 04                        30:21.809      86:26.399

FH12 Site 05                        30:21.827      86:26.389                              
FH12 Site 06                        30:21.830      86:26.383                           
FH12 Site 07                        30:21.813      86:26.391                                      
FH12 Site 08                        30:21.810      86:26.393




































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SEAGROVE CULVERT REEF             30:17.447      86:06.497  105°mag/24.9sm  
Area (40' x 150') where 300 tons of concrete culverts were sunk in 70' of water on June 5, 1997.









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TYNER'S SPOT REEF  (?)        30:15.052      86:01.605  108°mag/ 30.3sm                
aka Walton # 1. Area where 65 6' high concrete pyramids, called grouper ghettos, were sunk on November 15, 1995, in 58' of water. Reported to
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URCHIN REEF COMPLEX -                30:21.693      86:27.696 (approx center)   103°mag/3.25sm
Shallow water reef system consisting of a total of 89 concrete pyramids deployed by Okaloosa County in 2005 and 2007.  Only a mile off the
beach, the Urchin Reef complex is popular with the Kayakers.  Most put in at the public launch sites near the Back Porch Restaraunt.
( Calhoun St Access and June White Decker Access). It holds good fish (Red Snapper, grouper, trigger fish) but is fished heavily, so lighter
tackle is recommended. FH 11 sites are 8' high/10' base Florida Limestone pyramids deployed June 22, 2007. The Urchin sites are 10' high
concrete pyramids deployed June 25, 2005.






























Urchin Reef # 01                  30:21.554      86:27.559    105°mag/3.4sm  10'    66'   6/26/2005       South East corner Urchin Reef Complex
Urchin Reef # 2                    30:21.617      86:27.619        
Urchin Reef # 3                    30:21.693      86:27.696    103°mag/3.25sm                                      
 Approximate center of Urchin Reef Complex
Urchin Reef # 4                    30:21.627      86:27.873

Urchin Reef # 5                    30:21.696      86:27.907      
Urchin Reef # 6                    30:21.775      86:27.962        
Urchin Reef # 7                    30:21.840      86:28.001     
Urchin Reef # 8                    30:21.805      86:27.857

Urchin Reef # 9                    30:21.805      86:27.846   
Urchin Reef # 10                  30:21.815      86.27.845
Urchin Reef # 11                  30:21.812      86:27.862
Urchin Reef # 12                  30:22.027      86:27.918    097°mag/3.0                                             North West Corner Urchin Reef Complex

Urchin Reef # 13                  30:22.010      86:27.856       
Urchin Reef # 14                 30:21.942       86:27.780
Urchin Reef # 15                 30:21.887       86:27.582
Urchin Reef # 16                  30:21.814      86:27.582

Urchin Reef # 17                  30:21.784      86:27.582        
Urchin Reef # 18                  30:21.722      86:27.513    
Urchin Reef # 19                  30:21.542      86:27.748       
Urchin Reef # 20                  30:21.546      86:28.025

Urchin Reef # 21                  30:21.626      86:28.032       
Urchin Reef # 22                  30:21.725      86:28.035     
Urchin Reef # 23                  30:21.856      86:27.933        
Urchin Reef # 24                  30:21.648      86:27.697

Urchin Reef # 25                  30:22.013      86:27.901        
Urchin Reef # 26                  30:22.014      86:27.548    
Urchin Reef # 27                  30:21.937      86:27.529        
Urchin Reef # 28                  30:21.816      86:27.486

Urchin Reef # 29                  30:22.028      86:27.725       
FH11 Site 01                        30:21.420      86:28.206                                      
FH11 Site 02                        30:21.420      86:28.201                                    
FH11 Site 03                        30:21.331      86:28.218                                 
FH11 Site 04                        30:21.327      86:28.214

FH11 Site 05                        30:21.257      86:28.208                                   
FH11 Site 06                        30:21.259      86:28.209                                   
FH11 Site 07                        30:21.432      86:28.368                                    
FH11 Site 08                        30:21.430      86:28.366

FH11 Site 09                        30:21.325      86:28.341   115°mag/2.8sm                                          Southwest Corner Urchin Reef Complex
FH11 Site 10                        30:21.329      86:28.346                                     
FH11 Site 11                        30:21.471      86:28.061                                 
FH11 Site 12                        30:21.473      86:28.057

FH11 Site 13                        30:21.467      86:27.789                                    
FH11 Site 14                        30:21.475      86:27.796                                  
FH11 Site 15                        30:21.331      86:28.199                               
FH11 Site 16                        30:21.333      86:28.191

FH11 Site 17                        30:21.336      86:28.040                                 
FH11 Site 18                        30:21.335      86:28.040                                 
FH11 Site 19                        30:21.334      86:27.898   111°mag/3.2sm                                        
  Southeast corner FH11/Urchin Reef                    
FH11 Site 20                        30:21.337      86:27.896

FH22 Site 21                        30:21.467      86:27.715                                  
FH11 Site 22                        30:21.465      86:27.711                                 
FH11 Site 23                        30:21.603      86:27.512                                      
FH11 Site 24                        30:21.607      86:27.505

FH11 Site 25                        30:21.739      86:27.510        
FH11 Site 26                        30:21.738      86:27.507        
FH11 Site 27                        30:21.872      86:27.515      
FH11 Site 28                        30:21.870      86:27.514        
FH11 Site 29                        30:22.023      86:27.511

FH11 Site 30                        30:22.022      86:27.508   096°mag/3.4sm                    6/22/2007      Northeast Corner Urchin Reef Complex
FH11 Site 31                        30:21.971      86:27.606        
FH11 Site 32                        30:21.971      86:27.607        
FH11 Site 33                        30:21.767      86:27.616

FH11 Site 34                        30:21.763      86:27.611     
FH11 Site 35                        30:21.618      86:27.658   
FH11 Site 36                        30:21.617      86:27.657       
FH11 Site 37                        30:21.686      86:27.964

FH11 Site 38                        30:21.688      86:27.956    
FH11 Site 39                        30:21.884      86:27.916        
FH11 Site 40                        30:21.883      86:27.912       
FH11 Site 41                        30:21.941      86:27.914

FH11 Site 42                        30:21.938      86:27.914    
FH11 Site 43                        30:21.886      86:27.979    
FH11 Site 44                        30:21.882      86:27.975      
FH11 Site 45                        30:21.869      86:27.846

FH11 Site 46                        30:21.867      86:27.844      
FH11 Site 47                        30:21.821      86:27.848        
FH11 Site 48                        30:21.816      86:27.842       
FH11 Site 49                        30:21.815      86:27.897

FH11 Site 50                        30:21.814      86:27.891      
FH11 Site 51                        30:21.784      86:27.901        
FH11 Site 52                        30:21.778      86:27.894       
FH11 Site 53                        30:21.782      86:27.950

FH11 Site 54                        30:21.778      86:27.943      
FH11 Site 55                        30:21.728      86:27.941        
FH11 Site 56                        30:21.732      86:27.938        
FH11 Site 57                        30:21.745      86:27.892

FH11 Site 58                        30:21.746      86:27.893       
FH11 Site 59                        30:21.720      86:27.936       
FH11 Site 60                        30:21.719      86:27.938

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Destin GPS Numbers
State Waters
( 9 NM of land) - East
0 - 35 sm of the Destin CB Buoy

NATURAL BOTTOM, LEDGES, ROCKS, etc
0 - 35sm EAST of the Destin CB Buoy

Ships, Tugboats, Barges etc
0 -35 sm EAST of the Destin CB Buoy
All distances and bearings are from the Destin CB Buoy in statue miles
Two of 29 "Florida Special" reef pyramids being deployed
in June, 2005  a few miles off Henderson Beach state
park in the Okaloosa county Urchin reef complex.
EGLIN BARGE

The Eglin Barge is a 100' steel barge sunk in December of 1977 in 68' of water only 2 miles from the Destin East pass. Popular site for divers
and receives a lot of fishing pressure. Good place to catch bait (ruby red lips) in the off season, flounder in November-January time frame, and
King Mackerel by trolling a cigar minnow/Stretch 25 from April to October.

Eglin Barge A                        N 30:21.246     W  86:29.575   133°mag/1.7sm                   
Eglin Barge B                        N 30:21.249     W  86:29.581         4 - 10' relief
Eglin Barge C                        N 30:21.249     W  86:29.587       
Eglin Barge D                        N 30:21.255     W  86:29.584        
Eglin Barge E                        N 30:21.251      W 86:29.580
      















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EGLIN LCM

The Eglin LCM, also known as LCM-8 and the Eglin Landing Craft,  is a 74' Landing Craft sunk on November 29, 2000 about 10 1/2 miles
southeast of the Destin East Pass. It is approximately 600 feet north of the Tug Janet and is sitting upright at around 90' deep with mainly a
sandy bottom surrounding it. The wheel house is detached and rests approximately 60 feet to the southwest of the main structure. Red Snapper,
Grouper, Porgies, can routinely be  found here but it receives a lot of fishing and diving visits. (Okaloosa County Photos)

Eglin LCM                          N 30:15.917     W 86:23.160   135°mag/10.6sm'
Eglin LCM A                       N 30:15.927     W 86:23.161                10' relief
Eglin LCM B                       N 30:15.909     W 86:23.158       
Eglin LCM C                       N 30:15.923     W 86:23.161              
Eglin LCM D                       N 30:15.920     W 86:23.163                
Eglin LCM E                       N 30:15.924     W 86:23.156               
Eglin LCM F                       N 30:15.917     W 86:23.167                
Eglin LCM G                       N 30:15.907     W 86:23.166               
Eglin LCM H                       N 30:15.901     W 86:23.167   










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FRANGISTA BARGE

The Frangista Barge, also known as the "Hopper Barge" and the "Walton Barge",  is a 195’ long hopper barge located about 9 miles east of the
Destin East Pass. It was sunk on June 30, 1999 along with 100 tons of steel ballast. It is sitting upright on a sandy bottom in 80’ of water, running
east/west with the bow pointing west. The sides of the barge have completely collapsed and are lying almost flat on the bottom. The port side
has a bit more vertical development than the starboard side, but neither is more than 2’ off the bottom. The stern rises about 25 off the bottom
and the flat bow sticks up about 15 feet.

Frangista  Barge                  N 30:19.688      W 86:22.893          112°mag/8.5sm                
Frangista  Barge A               N 30:19.687      W 86:22.898                     12' relief                                                                                   
Frangista  Barge B               N 30:19.690      W 86:22.891                                                                                                         
Frangista  Barge C               N 30:19.690      W 86:22.900                                                                                                        
Frangista  Barge D               N 30:19.685      W 86:22.891  








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JANET TUGBOAT

The Janet tugboat is a 85' tugboat sunk on October 1, 1997 by Okaloosa County. It sits upright with the bow pointing to the west and rests on a
flat sandy bottom at 100’. A popular site for divers and fishermen, it routinely holds Red Snapper, grouper, porgies and tomtates (ruby red lips).
At times you can catch amberjacks, redfish, flounder, cobia. Shows several areas of good relief on your bottom machine of 15 to 20'. Usually a
King Mackerel can be caught on a flat line in the area too.

Janet                                    N 30:15.845      W 86:23.115          136°mag / 10.7sm         
Janet A                                 N 30:15.854      W 86:23.115          4 - 20' relief
Janet B                                 N 30:15.851      W 86:23.118               
Janet C                                 N 30:15.848      W 86:23.116                
Janet D                                 N 30:15.842      W 86:23.116     
Janet E                                 N 30:15.846      W 86:23.120               
Janet F                                 N 30:15.846      W 86:23.110                
Janet G                                 N 30:15.844      W 86:23.104                
Janet H                                 N 30:15.849      W 86:23.106             
Janet I                                   N 30:15.843      W 86:23.118           
Janet J                                  N 30:15.840      W 86:23.113              
Janet K                                 N 30:15.839      W 86:23.105  



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MISS LOUISE

The Miss Louise, an 85' steel tugboat, was sunk in about 60' of water on the sandy bottom about a mile and one half off the beach from the old
Crystal Beach Pier (South end of Pompano Street in Destin). It is also known as the "Crystal Beach Tug". Very popular spot for divers, kayakers,
and fishing boats. It receives almost daily visits in the summer. Red Snapper, Mangrove Snapper, Gag Grouper, porgies, spade fish and ruby red
lips routinely populate the site, with a Goliath Grouper reported at times. Small amberjacks have been caught there in the summer. Flounder are
in the area during the winter. King Mackerel patrol the area in the summer.

Miss Louise A                       N 30:22.287      W 86:25.317          091°mag/5.5sm  
Miss Louise B                       30:22.286      86:25.316              10 - 15' relief                                
Miss Louise C                       30:22.290      86:25.316                                              
Miss Louise D                       30:22.290      86:25.314                                               
Miss Louise E                       30:22.288      86:25.323  






















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PHOENIX BARGE

The Phoenix Barge, also know as the "Lost Barge", is a approximately 80' x 40' steel barge laying in 75' of water about 7 miles south east of the
Destin East Pass. Sunk on January 1, 1998, it lays in a north to south direction and shows good relief of 5-10' on your bottom machine.
Routinely holds red snapper, porgies, and maybe a few small groupers with schools of small amberjacks in the area at times.

Phoenix North                       N 30:17.895     W 86:27.386          147°mag/6.1sm       
Phoenix North 1                    30:17.890      86:27.389                 6 - 8 ' relief                             
Phoenix North 2                    30:17.887      86:27.384                                                
Phoenix North 3                    30:17.885      86:27.380        

Phoenix South                      30:17.873      86:27.377                                               
Phoenix South 1                   30:17.878      86:27.382                                                
Phoenix South 2                   30:17.882      86:27.376                                             
Phoenix South 3                   30:17.884      86:27.385       

Phoenix A                             30:17.869      86:27.376                                             
Phoenix A1                           30:17.881      86:27.389                                                
Phoenix A2                           30:17.902      86:27.391                                                
Phoenix A3                           30:17.893      86:27.398                                                
Phoenix N4                           30:17.895      86:27.384
Photo by James Williams
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AMBERJACK ROCK REEF SYSTEM is a natural rock ledge reef about 3 1/2 miles south of the CB Buoy in 80' of water. .

Big AJ Reef                         N 30 19.902     W 86 30.237

Little AJ Reef                      30:19.658      86:29.988   
Little AJ Reef A                     30:19.653      86:29.985                                              
Little AJ Reef B                     30:19.659      86:29.961                                           
Little AJ Reef C                     30:19.656      86:29.998                                           
Little AJ Reef D                     30:19.660      86:29.997





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ANNIVERSARY REEF is a natural rock complex about 11 1/2 sm east of Destin in 80 ' of water. It is about  4 1/2 miles offshore of San Destin.

Anniversary Reef                 N 30:18.095    W 86:20.358    
Anniversary Reef A              30:18.100    86:20.350
Anniversary Reef B              30:18.111    86:20.339                                        
Anniversary Reef C              30:18.096    86:20.349
              
Anniversary Reef D              30:18.091    86:20.374                                              
Anniversary Reef E              30:18.085     86:20.367                                               
Anniversary Reef F              30:18.091     86:20.362                                             
Anniversary Reef G             30:18.096     86:20.363





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BLUE MOUNTAIN REEF complex is a natural rock complex 18 miles east of Destin in around 90' of waters. It lies a little over 5 miles off Blue
Moutain Beach.

Blue Mountain Reef 1          N 30:16.067     W 86:13.935   115°mag/18.3sm        
Blue Mountain Reef 1B        30:16.066     86:13.964       
Blue Mountain Reef 1A        30:16.110     86:13.945               
Blue Mountain Reef 1C        30:16.040     86:13.916              

Blue Mountain Reef 2          30:15.916     86:13.359  115°mag/18.9sm        
Blue Mountain Reef 2A        30:16.060     86:13.427






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FOUR MILE REEF SYSTEM is a natural rock reef area about 4 miles south of the CB Buoy in 79' of water.

Four Mile Reef                     N 30:19.341      W 86:29.642    162°mag/3.6sm                        80'                                                Natural bottom
Four Mile Reef A                  30:19.332      86:29.639                                               
Four Mile Reef B                  30:19.341      86:29.638                                             
Four Mile Reef C                  30:19.338      86:29.647
                 
Four Mile Reef D                  30:19.332      86:29.651                                                
Four Mile Reef E                  30:19.386      86:29.648                                             
Four Mile Reef F                  30:19.319      86:29.711                                               
Four Mile Reef G                  30:19.321      86:29.716
                
Four Mile Reef H                  30:19.327      86:29.715                                              
Four Mile Reef I                    30:19.317      86:29.722                                             
Four Mile Reef J                   30:19.374      86:29.801                                              
Four Mile Reef K                  30:19.228      86:29.582  






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FIVE MILE REEF SYSTEM is a natural rock reef area 4 miles south of the CB Buoy in 82' of water.

Five Mile Reef                      N 30:18.565      W 86:29.469   164°/4.5sm                               86'       2008                                 Natural bottom
Five Mile Reef A                   30:18.562      86:29.495                                               
Five Mile Reef B                   30:18.591      86:29.475                                              
Five Mile Reef C                   30:18.566      86:29.483
              
Five Mile Reef D                   30:18.574      86:29.476                                                
Five Mile Reef E                   30:18.558      86:29.473                                                
Five Mile Reef F                   30:18.520      86:29.389                                               
Five Mile Reef G                   30:18.657      86:29.501  






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FRANGISTA REEF SYSTEM  is a series of natural rock  near the Frangista Barge in around 80' of water. It is about 9 miles east of the CB
Buoy  and around 3 1/2 miles off of the beach near where the old Frangista motel used to be. (Scenic 98 & Holiday Road area)

Frangista S Reef A             N 30:19.490     W 86:22.439   
Frangista S Reef A 1            30:19.494      86:22.433                                            
Frangista S Reef A 2            30:19.498      86:22.425                                                
Frangista S Reef A 3            30:19.497      86:22.449                                              
Frangista S Reef A 4            30:19.499      86:22.460                                            

Frangista S Reef B             30:18.905      86:22.915   
Frangista S Reef B 1            30:18.921      86:22.955                                              
Frangista S Reef B 2            30:18.907      86:22.939                                                
Frangista S Reef B 3            30:18.904      86:22.919                                               
Frangista S Reef B 4            30:18.898      86:22.912                                               
Frangista S Reef B 5            30:18.893      86:22.916                                               
Frangista S Reef B 6            30:18.909      86:22.924                                               

Frangista S Reef C             30:18.998      86:22.453  
Frangista S Reef C 1            30:19.000      86:22.461                                               
Frangista S Reef C 2            30:19.004      86:22.548                                                
Frangista S Reef C 3            30:19.002      86:22.557        

Frangista S Reef D             30:18.686      86:22.430  
Frangista S Reef D 1            30:18,699      86:22.429







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GRAYTON REEF and GRAYTON ROCK are natural reef systems of rocks about 4 1/2 miles offshore of Grayton Beach in 85' of water.         

Grayton Reef 2                   N 30:15.916      W 86:11.192   
Grayton Reef 2A                   30:15.929      86:11.601                
Grayton Reef 2B                   30:15.888      86:11.184        

Grayton Drone                      30:09.200     86:14.768   

Grayton Rock                     30:16.302      86:09.598   
Grayton Rock A                    30:16.274      86:09.478           
Grayton Rock B                    30:16.344      86:09.662      
Grayton Rock C                    30:16.214      86:09.693

Grayton Rock D                   30:16.447      86:09.612              
Grayton Rock E                   30:16.412      86:09.707
Grayton Rock F                    30:16.447      86:09.711
Grayton Rock G                   30:16.154       86:09.601

Grayton Rock H                    30:16.495      86:10.198   
Grayton Rock J                    30:16.447       86:09.612



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Grayton Caves                   N 30:16.702     W 86:05.793  

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SEAGROVE ROCK     
                                                           
Seagrove Rock 1                  N 30:15.370     W 86:09.008  
Seagrove Rock 1A               30:15.400       86:09.147        
Seagrove Rock 1B               30:15.093       86:09.057     
Seagrove Rock 1C               30:15.062       86:09.598  






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CAMP CREEK REEF

Camp Creek  Reef                N 30:17.286     W 86:03.933   104°mag/27.4sm






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INLET BEACH REEFS     

Inlet Beach Reef 01              N 30:15.976     W 86:01.578  106°mag/30.4sm
Inlet Beach Reef 01A            30:16.050      86:01.529        
Inlet Beach Reef 01B            30:16.320      86:01.765        

Inlet Beach Reef 02              30:09.360      86:04.212   121°/30.4sm

Inlet Beach Reef 03              30:10.172      86:03.814  119°/30.4sm                                        

Inlet Beach Reef 04              30:09.537      86:05.019   121°mag/29.6sm  

Inlet Beach Reef 05              30:10.158      86:03.771  119°mag/30.4sm

Inlet Beach Reef 06              30:06.774      86:00.386  122°mag/35.2sm

Inlet Beach Reef 07              30:13.750      86:00.508  110°mag/31.8sm

Inlet Beach Reef 08              30:08.224      86:03.050  122°mag/32.1sm

Inlet Beach Reef 09              30:14.755      86:02.434  109°mag/29.6sm

Inlet Beach Reef 10              30:13.551      86:01.252  111°mag/31.2sm                                     

Inlet Beach Reef 11              30:11.087      85:59.180  114°mag/34.1sm






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LONG REEF

Long Reef                             N 30:17.523     W 86:14.076    110° mag/17.6sm   






    
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SOUTH EAST ROCKS   are a series of natural rock reefs/ledges 4- 10 miles south east of the CB Buoy. There are several areas referred to as
the South East Rocks. Good place to troll for King Mackerel.

SE Rocks A                         N 30:20.529      W 86:28.690   134°mag/3.00sm                      78'
SE Rocks A1                        30:20.346      86:28.393                                            
SE Rocks A2                        30:20.203      86:28.628                                                
SE Rocks A3                        30:20.067      86:28.440        
SE Rocks A4                        30:20.455      86:28.447

SE Rocks B                         30:19.980      86:28.130   136°mag/3.8sm                        75'             
SE Rocks B1                        30:19.998      86:28.152                                                
SE Rocks B2                        30:20.005      86:28.163                                               
SE Rocks B3                        30:20.052      86:27.987
                
SE Rocks B4                        30:19.855      86:28.171                                                
SE Rocks B5                        30:19.882      86:28.355                                               
SE Rocks B6                        30:19.677      86:28.088                                                
SE Rocks B7                        30:19.629      86:28.056
                
SE Rocks B8                        30:19.361      86:27.676                                              
SE Rocks B9                        30:19.771      86:28.262

SE Rocks C                         30:19.087      86:27.300   137°mag/5.1sm                        80'
SE Rocks C1                        30:19.088      86:27.333                                                
SE Rocks C2                        30:19.090      86:27.230                                               
SE Rocks C3                        30:19.093      86:27.319
              
SE Rocks C4                        30:19.062      86:27.397                                             
SE Rocks C5                        30:19.195      86:27.214                                                
SE Rocks C6                        30:18.966      86:27.264   



SE Rocks D                         30:18.905      86:28.594   
SE Rocks D1                        30:18.907      86:28.604                                               
SE Rocks D2                        30:18.843      86:28.590                                                
SE Rocks D3                        30:18.851      86:28.620                                                                                                        
SE Rocks D4                        30:18.809      86:28.540        

SE Rocks E                         30:18.534      86:27.207    41°mag/5.6sm  
SE Rocks E1                        30:18.5354    86:27.166                                              
SE Rocks E2                        30:18.328      86:27.145                                               
SE Rocks E3                        30:18.291      86:26.718  

SE Rocks F                         30:17.568     86:26.616     144°mag/6.9sm   
SE Rocks F1                        30:17.470     86:26.343                                                
SE Rocks F2                        30:17.629     86:26.653

SE Rocks G1                       30:16.309      86:24.133   137°mag/9.6sm  
SE Rocks G2                        30:16.312      86:24.134                                               
SE Rocks G3                        30:16.320      86:24.137                                            
SE Rocks G4                        30:16.312      86:24.126
                 
SE Rocks G5                        30:16.300      86:24.220                                                
SE Rocks G6                        30:16.288      86:24.084

SE Rocks H                         30:16.568      86:24.423    137°mag/9.2sm
SE Rocks H1                        30:16.515      86:24.449                                               
SE Rocks H2                        30:16.481      86:24.415       

SE Rocks J1                        30:16.165      86:23.862   137°mag/9.9sm
SE Rocks J2                         30:16.148      86:23.861                                               
SE Rocks J3                         30:16.189      86:23.849                                               
SE Rocks J4                         30:16.131      86:23.907       

SE Rocks K                         30:19.746      86:26.624   137°mag/5.1sm  
SE Rocks K 1                       30:19.752      86:26.622
SE Rocks K 2                       30:19.750      86:26.630
SE Rocks K 3                       30:19.742      86:26.623
SE Rocks K 4                       30:19.738      86:26.630

SE Rocks L                         30:16.140      86:24.370   
SE Rocks L1                        30:16.015      86:24.410        
SE Rocks L2                        30:16.177      86:24.260










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SECRET REEF                    N 30:18.522      W 86:25.565   131°mag/6.8sm   


Secret Reef A                       30:18.571      86:25.668   
Secret Reef B                       30:18.356      86:25.503        
Secret Reef C                       30:18.561      86:25.636
Secret Reef D                       30:18.564      86:25.554

Secret Reef E                       30:18.498      86:25.532        
Secret Reef F                       30:18.623      86:25.733        
Secret Reef G                      30:18.752       86:26.134    
Secret Reef H                       30:18.615      86:25.926










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TOPSAIL REEF   

Topsail Reef 2                      N 30:17.587      W 86:16.527   113°mag/15.3sm       
Topsail Reef 2A                    30:17.590      86:16.523              
Topsail Reef 2B                    30:17.589      86:16.530             
Topsail Reef 2C                    30:17.584      86:16.517    

Topsail Reef 3                      30:17.123      86:20.390   121°mag/12.0sm                                        
Topsail Reef 3 A                   30:17.050      86:20.387        
Topsail Reef 3 B                   30:16.894      86:20.386

Topsail Reef 4                      30:17.202      86:19.874   120°mag/12.4sm

Topsail Reef  5                     30:18.014      86:18.859   114°mag/12.9sm





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TYNER SPOT REEF            N 30:20.011      W 86:29.639    156° mag / 2.8 sm                  80'       Natural Reef

Tyner Spot A                        30:20.003       86:29.663
Tyner Spot B                        30:20.008       86:29.671
Tyner Spot C                        30:20.010       86:29.596    

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Destin State waters
(within 9 NM of coast)
0 - 10 sm of CB Buoy
Destin State waters
(within 9 NM of coast)
10 -35 sm of CB Buoy
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