The Sea Girt artificial reef and Axel Carlson Artificial Reef near Monmouth County will have 930 cubic yards of concrete rubble from a seawall dumped on each reef. It should be dumped in May 2016 and ...Read More
Florida just approved a 2 stage lionfish removal plan. Participants must remove 50 or more lionfish before the end of September. They will receive a commemorative coin, a T-Shirt and be listed on the ...Read More
Alabama has an extremely valuable resource in waters off our state’s coastline. It combines great fisheries with manmade structures to create the nation’s premier reef fish destination.
The Ala...Read More
by Hugh Carberry, Reef Program Coordinator
Bureau of Marine Fisheries
June 23, 2016
After more than a five year hiatus, the NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife’s Artificial Reef Program is ba...Read More