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Kayak Fishing Club of the Palm Beaches Message Board › GPS Co-ordinates for kayakers Broward, Dade, and south

GPS Co-ordinates for kayakers Broward, Dade, and south

David A.
Group Organizer
West Palm Beach, FL
Post #: 313
This is a list of places to put our kayaks in the water and also places to go fish, etc. Just copy and paste either set of coordinates into Google Earth or Google Maps (then get in Satellite View) and you can really see that area.

South Inlet Park?
26°20'05.58"N 80°04'23.16"W
26.334885, -80.073100
Pioneer Park salt water boat ramp on Hillsboro Canal
26°19'19.86"N 80°05'47.97"W
26.322182, -80.09666
Deerfield Island Park launch area off Hillsboro Blvd.
26°18'54.85"N 80°04'53.08"W
26.315235, -80.081412
900 South Ocean Drive Deerfield Beach , FL 33441 beach launch metered parking
26°18'23.56"N 80°04'33.92"W
Exchange Club Park for access (?) to Hillsboro Inlet and Lighthouse
26°15'39.84"N 80°05'22.69"W
26.261067, -80.089635
Fresh water launch points along the C-14 canal and the Hillsboro canal
- see the Snakehead pages.
Hillsboro Bay and Inlet Pompano Beach
26°15'29.84"N 80°04'52.90"W
26.258288, -80.081361
Boat ramp for ICW and to Hillsboro Inlet and Lighthouse
Metered parking Alsdorf Park / 14th Street Boat Ramp
2974 NE 14th Street Causeway, Pompano Beach, FL 33062
26°15'06.95"N 80°05'29.38"W
26.251931, -80.091494
Pompano Beach Pier ocean (tournament area)
26°14'06.87"N 80°05'16.15"W
26.236126, -80.088492
Parking and area south of Pompano Pier end of E. Atlantic Ave.
26°13'54.41"N 80°05'21.50"W
26.231781, -80.089305
Colohatchee Park boat ramp - salt water side of Middle River
26°09'14.21"N 80°07'43.83"W
26.153947, -80.128842
George English Park boat ramp N. of Sunrise (North New River)
1101 Bayview Dr., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
26°08'19.74"N 80°07'00.84"W
26.138817, -80.1169
Pelican Pavilion ocean launch North Ocean Drive
26°05'18.92"N 80°06'34.28"W
26.08859, -80.109522
Boat ramp off Ocean Blvd. ICW launch
26°04'52.52"N 80°06'45.07"W
26.081256, -80.112519
South New River salt water launch west of I-95 off SW 30th Ave.
26°04'03.32"N 80°10'55.61"W
26.067589, -80.182115
South Fork Canoe Launch (South New River) salt water launch off 441 north of Griffin Rd.
26°03'59.07"N 80°12'26.44"W
26.066409, -80.207344
Dania Beach Pier beach - parking meters $1.50/hr
26°03'30.917"N 80°06'41.32"W
26.058588, -80.111477
West Lake Park, Dania Beach Blvd. by bridge north end of park on ICW in Dania Beach.
26°03'12.33"N 80°06'55.50"W
26.053424, -80.115417
West Lake Park off Sheridan between Hollywood Blvd. and Dania Beach Blvd. boat ramp.
751 Sheridan St. Hollywood , FL 33019 (954) 357-5161
26°01'53.50" 80°07'46.54"W
26.031528, -80.129595
Holland Park boat ramp Metered parking for trailers
26°01'12.23"N 80°07'11.21"W
Hollywood Lake boat ramp
26°00'51.49"N 80°07'16.49"W
26.014304, -80.121248
Behind Hollywood Beach Community Center ocean launch
1301 S Ocean Drive, Hollywood, FL
26°00'14.06"N 80°07'00.44"W
26.003905, -80.11679

* ---------- Dade County and south---------
East Greynolds Park 16700 Biscayne Blvd (U.S.1) north of 826 (Sunny Isles Blvd.)
Maule Lake, N. Miami Beach
25°55'46.05"N 80°09'02.64"W
25.929459, -80.150733
Pelican Harbor Marina Biscayne Bay
Cars $6 and with trailers $12/day parking fee
25°50'51.61"N 80°10'04.56"W
25.84767, -80.167935
Morningside Park kayak launch, 750 NE 55th Terrace, Miami opens 7:30AM
25°49'25.4"N 80°10'42.4"W
25.823707, -80.178455
Bery Kutun Boat Ramp Island View Park, 1700 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach
25°47'37.38"N 80°08'42.40"W
25.793717, -80.145111
City Beach on Virginia Key - free on weekdays, $5 on the weekends
25°44'39.19"N 80°08'37.48"W
25.744221, -80.143746
boat ramp by Hobie Island Beach Park
25°44'38.67"N 80°10'18.70"W
25.744076, -80.171862

Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park kayak launch east of lot:
25°40'40.36"N 80°09'22.76"W
Coral Reef Park kayak launch - 7895 SW 152nd St, Miami, FL 33158
25°37'56.06"N 80°19'07.61"W
25.632238, -80.318780
Launch S. of Deering Estate for Chicken Key 25.62071, -80.286763
25°36'39.52"N 80°18'25.49"W
25.610977, -80.30708
Black Point Marina launch for Biscayne Bay
25°32'17.47"N 80°19'38.69"W
25.538187, -80.327413
Biscayne National Park at the east end of 328 St. (North Canal Dr.)
the Outfitter's (25.464756, -80.335528)
or west of there (25.464704, -80.336012)
Homestead Bayfront Park and Marina sunrise to sunset
25°27'44.72"N 80°20'18.62"W
25.462423, -80.338505

10 miles south of Homestead - N. of Manatee Bay.
US 1 & Southern Glades Trail 33037
Cross bridge at Aerojet Canal (C-111) and turn left
25°17'12.89"N 80°26'31.63"W
25.286913, -80.442120
Florida Keys - you may launch from the end of almost any bridge
Dock at Flamingo:
25°08'31.38"N 80°55'24.92"W
25.14205, -80.92359
A former member
Post #: 29
Awesome Work David. I can appreciate how much time and dedication went into making that list. I will be going over those coordinates ASAP. Thanks.
Carlo R.
user 43348772
Miami, FL
Post #: 26
yes thank you daivd....we should all get together and hit these spots one by one....i have fri sat and sun off.....any of those days is good for me.....this weekend im ready...rigged up...ready to go.....
Clive Mc ( s.
user 47396742
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Post #: 7
HiYA Carlo . Ja I think that you are correct "we " should investigate all these places .
This week end I'm committed . But next sunday Im free .
Im going to start another event board mmmm and call it "Discover Broward Fishing " or something like that .
The intention will be to launch at all the sites and explore fishing , after a couple of months we will have a pretty good idea . Maybe we will catch fish maybe we will not . BUT it will be interesting .
Ive enjoyed fishing north and south of us ,but there should be fish here , with out traveling all over the place .

Tom "Trout Killer"...
user 48487602
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Post #: 72
One thing to remember about these spots is they will produce fish at different times of the year and different fish at different times. Some of them will have small grouper on them in the summer spring times and in the fall winter will the big boys will come in from deeper water. Same with snappers, kingfish, etc. Need to hit them at least 2-3 different times a year to get a feel for them. Also watch your moon phases it will make a difference. Hopefully first part of next year, or before if I can, I can start hitting these with you all.
Paul S.
Pompano Beach, FL
Post #: 25
I'm all for some Broward locations. I live in Coral Springs and it gets hard some times to get to the north or south locations.
David A.
Group Organizer
West Palm Beach, FL
Post #: 931
This project started as places I have been fishing, but thanks to club members, it has been expanded to include a few areas I have not been to yet. One day I hope to get to them all.
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