Very cool. Is this an area that you can drift over or do you have to anchor on the wrecks?We've stopped there a couple of times on the way back from sharking at the 28 mile wreck. Excellent sea bassin.
Gilhop,is this the same reef that they are going to sink the big navy ship i dont remenber the name:huh:
thank you is there anything sunk there yet or is this going to be a new reef:huh:Gilhop,
No. The Ex-Radford (563') is schedule to be reefed on the JerseyDelLand reef site. About 26 miles south of Cape May and about the same distance off of Indian River Inlet, Delaware.
gilhop,thank you is there anything sunk there yet or is this going to be a new reef:huh:
With only a couple of wrecks on the reef and not much in the way of rubble, anchoring up over one of the wrecks is best, but we did catch some hovering before setting the anchor.Very cool. Is this an area that you can drift over or do you have to anchor on the wrecks?
There are 4 sunken wrecks (THEBASSBARN Reef #1, http://www.thebassbarn.com/reef.htm Capt Walt Hendee tanker barge, and 2 tugs) plus 25 to 50 redbird rail cars. Yes you can drift it. Mainly caught seabass and doggies. Never tried it in the summer.i was checking out Deepwater Reef on line. Seems to sit above the Varanger. Has anybody fished this reef on the bottom for big fluke, tog or seabass. Any pelagics here?? Thanks