Artificial Fishing Reefs
Photos of Reefs in Northwest Florida

Our old tug Deborah! Too old to continue to tug along but now sleeping with the fishes and feeding them too! These older tugs are larger than today's varity and have lot's more square footage area for marine life to grow for the fish to eat and many more "nooks and crannies" for small fish to hide so they can grow bigger!

She was purchased by Okaloosa County with monies provided by the State of Florida and it's artificial reef program.

She went down early morning of June 24, 1999 at 30.07.509 86.35.404 in Okaloosa's permitted reef area.

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