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Old 12-22-2018, 09:48 AM   #1
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Wreck Identification Help

i believe this is a fairly well known wreck now. if i remember right it was near the pillsbury? the name i have for this wreck is the Cog. i think i have the number but i want to confirm. anyone have good data? this video is from 2002

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Old 12-23-2018, 07:46 AM   #2
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Re: Wreck Identification Help

Pillsbury Crane? here are the number from Shipwrecks of the Sunshine State

27 27 032 83 16 025

here is a number i have that seems to be confirmed near it.

27 26 831 83 15 670

shrimper? maybe because of all the shrimp nets hung on it. any thoughts? who has been out there lately?
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Old 02-07-2019, 02:45 AM   #3
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Re: Wreck Identification Help

Thats called the Poly Rose. Its really broken up and got even more broken up in Irma. Used to be a good spot for AJ's but not anymore. Two pieces of it. Its an old longline boat that burned down. The COG is the spool that came off the back and the rest of the wreck is a little to the west of the cog.
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Re: Wreck Identification Help

the wreckage in the video has a whoooooooole lotta steel in it. that would be a massive longline boat and gear.
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Re: Wreck Identification Help

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the wreckage in the video has a whoooooooole lotta steel in it. that would be a massive longline boat and gear.
Ahh I can't see the video. At work with shit internet. But the cog wreck is also called the poly rose. It prob was really good in 2002, but recent hurricanes have REALLY deteriorated it. Irma almost totally decimated it.
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