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The dive site I-10 Bridge Rubble is filled with fish created because of hurricane Ivan.
|Name Dive Site:||I-10 Bridge Rubble|
|Depth: ||72-91ft (22-28m)|
|Inserted/Added by: ||capt_dave_mucci|
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It may not sound very exciting but the I-10 Bridge Rubble is one of six reefs created by Robert Turpin of the Escambia County Marine Resources Division that is a required dive for anyone who wants to see a lot of fish! Hurricane Ivan destroyed the I-10 bridge and scattered its remains. It would be the largest artificial reef in the world if it were all in one place. There are six different sites and each one is its own special "Concrete Jungle". Ranging from 75 fsw to 93 fsw with 35 feet of relief in some areas, these dive sites are teaming with fish of all species.
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