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Artificial Mini Reef™️

Mini Reef is $297*

*Tax, installation or shipping sperate*

For Brackish and Saltwater Use

Grows over 300 fish per year...

Grows over 200 crabs per year...

Filters over 30,000 gallons of water per day...

Floats under your dock out of sight...

Dimensions are 24"Wide x 36"Long x 24"deep...



The Mini Reef™ is an affordable and eco-friendly habitat that Fish and Crustaceans will begin living in and around as soon as they are placed in the water. Each Mini Reef can support hundreds of fish each year and these small fish will attach larger fish looking for a meal. The Mini Reefs will develop a full community of fish over time that will be living in and around it. Types of fish we have found utilizing these habitats are Groupers, Snook, Red and Black Drum, several types of Snapper, Grunts, Mullet, Barracuda, Whiting and many more. Our Mini Reefs are also home to Stone Crabs, Blue Crabs, Shrimp and Spiny Lobsters. Just imagine your children, family and friends seeing a thriving community of fish swimming in the waters around your home.

Each Mini Reef will filter between 25,000-35,000 gallons of water per day once fully developed so it will help improve the marine environment substantially. Water quality will improve as the animals on the Mini Reefs begin to remove the over abundance of plankton in the water.


Mini Reef has been featured on many news outlets!

https://www.fox4now.com/news/protecting-paradise/50-artificial-mini-reefs-installed-on-fort-myers-beach


https://www.fox4now.com/news/protecting-paradise/only-fox-4-joins-ocean-habitats-to-install-artificial-mini-reefs-on-fort-myers-beach


https://www.winknews.com/2020/02/03/artificial-reefs-create-new-way-to-protect-waterways-fight-red-tide/


Videos from YouTube

Florida residents when you purchase through EPP Captain Planet will come install it!

https://youtu.be/p2osuHQbqDg


https://youtu.be/2SHxVkLLizM


https://youtu.be/-8P6ZcTtk7A


https://youtu.be/_vJ7vH9iYvQ


https://youtu.be/yRWHk7xMPxE


Create a Micro Ecosystem Under Your Dock

The natural mangroves and saltwater marshes typically found along our coasts act as a natural and thriving “nursery” for young fish. This is where fish and crustaceans “grow up” before venturing into the waters.

But large parts of the coastal environment were removed from area waters when large scale coastal development took place in the 1950’s and 1960’s.

Where there were once thriving mangrove forests and saltwater marshes, there are now man-made canal systems with seawalls and boat docks.

This man-made world is designed to limit the amount of growth that takes place in order to slow the rate of decay of all surfaces.

The Mini Reef™ brings life back to the waters.




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