3D FL East Deep Drop Reefs


**Preview map is LOW RESOLUTION. See gallery below for HD sample images**

  • Description: High definition 3D images of the seafloor 
  • Coverage: East coast deep drop reefs from Miami, Fla. to Savannah, Ga.  
  • Distance from shore to chart center: Miami, 18mi; West Palm, 20 mi; Palm Bay, 50 mi; Daytona Beach, 75 mi; Jacksonville, 100 mi; Savannah, 110 mi.
  • Depths: 600 ft – 2,600 ft
  • Works on: Lowrance, Simrad, B&G, iPhone, iPad, Android tablets, and PC.
  • Notes: This chart has HD sonar coverage of more than 500 square miles of rugged corals and rocky bottom. The majority of the reefs are in 1,500 to 2,000 feet of water, putting them just within range of competent deep drop fishermen. 
  • Data quality: Very little is known about the deep rock outcrops and ancient coral reefs in this region. There have only been a handful of scientific sonar surveys conducted here. This chart is a compilation of the best survey data available. We’ve combined about a dozen separate surveys to make this chart. Some are better than others, so data coverage and resolution vary depending on the area. See the preview photos for an idea.
  • This is not our best looking chart, but it might be our best fishing chart. Get ready to get your rod bent.


iPhone, tablet, or PC charts are provided as a digital download. You will be provided a link to download the chart files after checkout and in your order confirmation email (check your spam folder).  Download the file, double click it, and read the instructions inside.  Make sure to create an account at checkout so you can log back in and access your StrikeLines files at any time.

Simrad, Lowrance, B&G, and VesselView charts are mailed to you on a SD/MicroSD card due to our license agreement with Navico.  Please enter a USPS approved shipping address at checkout.

Got a Garmin?  Our waypoint based charts, like the Offshore St Pete chart, work well on Garmin. You’ll get all the waypoints just not the red lines. We can send you the Google Earth version so you can view the lines on your phone.

Even though we can make beautiful 3D charts for your Garmin hardware, Garmin chart plotters can’t run the charts due to a Garmin update.  To help change this, please send a polite email to the folks below and let them know you’d love to use StrikeLines fishing charts on your Garmin chartplotter.

More information about the Garmin update on The Hull Truth, post 31.

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