Florida East Coast fishing chart Deep Drop, with high resolution images of the seafloor.
**Preview map is LOW RESOLUTION. See gallery below for HD sample images**
- Description: Florida East Coast Deep fishing map features high definition 3D images of the seafloor.
- Location: Florida East Coast Deep fishing chart coverage includes: Florida’s east coast deep drop reefs, from Savannah, GA down to Miami, FL. Distance from shore to chart center points of interests include: Miami, 18 mi; West Palm, 20 mi; Palm Bay, 50 mi; Daytona Beach, 75 mi; Jacksonville, 100 mi; Savannah, 110 mi.
- Fishing Map Size: 8,000 square miles of potential fishing spots, including HD sonar data of more than 500 square miles of rugged corals and rocky bottom.
- Depths: 700 ft to 2,600 ft
- Works on: Lowrance, Simrad, Raymarine, B&G, VesselView, iPhone, iPad, Android tablet, and PC. Got a Garmin? Click here. (See: StrikeLines GPS Unit Compatibility Chart)
- Resolution: Varies depending on the quality of data available. 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 for the area. This chart is a compilation of the best survey data available. We’ve combined about a dozen separate surveys to make this chart, as a result, some are better than others. Data coverage and resolution vary depending on the area.
- Notes: With StrikeLines’ HD view of the ocean floor you’ll see exactly where those potential fishing spots are on the map. See where all the rocks, reefs, ledges, and other structures are in realtime on your GPS unit, mobile device, or computer. Very little is known about the deep rock outcrops and ancient coral reefs in this region, with only a handful of scientific sonar surveys conducted here. This fishing chart is a compilation of the best survey data available and we’ve combined about a dozen separate surveys to create it. While this may not be our best looking fishing chart, it very well may be our best fishing chart. Get ready to get your rod bent.