The GPS Coordinates For Every Artificial Reef In South Carolina
By: Joseph Simonds on October 18, 2018
It’s fishing spot time!
Do you want to find more inshore, nearshore and offshore fishing spots in South Carolina?
Do you want to know the easiest way to do that?
So many anglers have trouble finding fishing spots, when really all they need to do is a little bit of online research.
South Carolina has one of the best artificial reef programs for inshore, nearshore and offshore fishing in the country.
The best part is you can find the GPS numbers to every public South Carolina reef easily.
This article shows you where to go find the GPS number for every public inshore, offshore and nearshore artificial South Carolina reef.
South Carolina Marine Artificial Reef Program
The Marine Resources Division of the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources manages the South Carolina Marine Artificial Reef Program.
South Carolina artificial reefs are created using a variety of materials including specially designed concrete and steel structures, ships and tugboats, barges, army tanks and subway cars.
Most of the offshore reefs are only a couple of miles from shore, as the areas around the continental shelf are not conducive to creating new reef sites.
You can learn more about the South Carolina Marine Artificial Reef Program — including the GPS coordinates for every artificial reef– by downloading the South Carolina Reef Guide here:
South Carolina OffShore Reefs
There are more than 40 offshore reef sites in the coastal waters of South Carolina.
The offshore reefs are made from steel and concrete bridges, New York City subway cars, concrete culvert pipes, steel dry dock work platforms and US Army tanks.
You can learn more about the offshore reef program — including reef data and map locations — in the link below:
South Carolina Inshore Reefs
The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources is committed to improving and developing the inshore reef fishery available to SC anglers.
These reefs hold fish such as trout, sheepshead, black drum, redfish and more.
Check out the link below to learn more about the inshore reef program:
These public reef sites are great places to go to expand your fishing spot knowledge.
Although they are public and well-known, these sites hold good fish and can become a new honey hole for you.
South Carolina has one of the best fisheries in the country. From flood tide fishing inshore for redfish to blue water fishing for billfish, it really has it all.
We encourage you to take advantage of these GPS numbers to experience it all.
If you have any questions about this post, let us know in the comments section!
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