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Herald, Fishing Weather Hot Spots.
The Bulkheads 27°32.20 N/ 82°42.40
W 16 feet
Southeast Tampa 27°32.90 N /82°40.30
W 14 feet
Emerson Point 27°31.84 N / 82°38.77
W 11 feet
Bayshore North 27°24.50 N / 82°36.10
W 11 feet
Bayshore South 27°23.90 N / 82°35.67
W 12 feet
Johnnie Walker 27°22.38 N /
82°35.72 W 12 feet
Deamus Hart 27°22.08 N
/ 82°34.48 W 10 feet
Pop Jantzen 27°19.71
N / 82°33.85 W
Anglers Club 27°21.08
N / 82°35.88 W 12 feet
Zacks Hole 27°25.67
N / 82°38.42 W 10 feet
Whale Key 27°23.50
N / 82°36.25 W 12 feet
Bradenton Beach Pier 27°27.99 N /
82°41.65 W 8 feet
minutes bottom time, 10 -15 foot vis, 74 degree water, 42
feet depth, 2 year old Reef Balls, Monitoring by Todd R.
Barber & Mike Solum, May 2nd.
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GPS and Lat/Lon coordinates for fishing reefs, Saltwater
Light Tackle Sport Fishing Guide Service and fishing information
with photos GPS & LORAN-C FISHING LOCATIONS is some
good snapper fishing close by and you are the south side.
Good fishing but very shallow water north
IceBox Loran C: 2709.281 - 8239.632
(Grouper City): The Ice Box is a large area that starts
about 8 Nautical miles west of Casey Key and 10.11 miles
at a 209° mc from New Pass. The numbers are only
a place to start. Kingfish, grouper and snapper are
caught in this area.
Cuda Hole GPS: 2714.398 - 8245.326: This ledge
is called Table Rock and is one of many in the Cuda Hole
area. You will often find dive boats on this spot
but the area is miles big and you should have no problem
finding your own ledge to fish. The ledges are 2-5
feet high and will show fish on your recorder. This
ledge is in 49' of water. Run a 246° mc for 9.54
miles form New Pass.
Gully Loran C: 2715.002 - 8246.890: Another
large area with ledges that will hold grouper and snapper.
A 259° mc for 10.29 miles out of New Pass will put you
in the area.
Swiss Cheese Loran C: 2712.031 - 8254.902: This
is a hard bottom area and you will not see much on your
bottom recorder. Red and gag grouper like this area and
we drift it with live bait on the bottom. The area
is large and starts at about 70' and runs out to over 85'.
A 250° mc for 18 miles out of New Pass will get you
started. In the summer you can often find dolphin
and other Blue water fish in this area.
Old Barge GPS 2709.694 - 8253.053: The
Old barge is very old and in 80' feet of water but is the
first place I start to look for large amberjack. A
249.6° mc for 17.69 miles from the New Pass sea marker
is the Rang & Bearing.
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