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In August of 1994, the Reef Ball Group's Reefs Around The Nation Program (sm) provided the DNR with 14 mold systems to produce two test reefs of 150 modules each to evaluate their potential in SC waters. One set was placed off Charleston and was built by DNR staff members. A second set for Hilton Head Island was built by the Hilton Head Sport Fishing Association. In June of 1995, the DNR ordered from Reef Ball.an additional 800 modules for four new reef sites. The Parks and Recreation Department ordered an additional 200 Pallet Balls to be used by a county pier to enhance fishing. Both projects were completed in September, 1995. REEF LOCATIONS IN SOUTH CAROLINA Paradise Artificial Reef (200 Pallet Balls) Located in 30 feet of water, approximately 2.5 miles east of Murrells Inlet (33" 31.3'N, 078" 57.8'W) North Inlet Artificial Reef (200 Pallet Balls) Located in 45 feet of water, approximately 10 miles northeast of the Winyah Bay Jetties (33" 20.3N, 079"01.2'W) Capers Artificial Reef (200 Pallet Balls) Located in 40 feet of water, approximately 12 miles east of the Charleston Harbor Jetties (32" 44.5N, 079"34.5'W) Fripp Island Artificial Reef (200 Pallet Balls) Located in 35 feet of water, approximately 3 miles southeast of Fripp Inlet (32" 15.5N, 080"22.5"W) Folly Beach Fishing Pier, Charleston SC (200 Pallet Balls) Located in 15-20 feet of water in groups of 10 spaced about 50 feet apart on the southwest side of the pier directly under to fifty feet away from the pier.

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