Location: Pompano Beach (outer reef)
Description: Like many South Florida Reefs, Abbey Too Reef is a section of the outer reef, running parallel to the shoreline. The highest concentration of sea life and coral cover is on the western facing ledge (main ledge). There is a wide variety of reef fish. Grouper, snapper, jacks, barracuda, and moray eels. Trumpetfish and spotfin drums have also been seen here. There is lobster in the caves along the base and top of the reef. The second dive will be on a different reef with a similar profile.
Navigation: Start out in either the north end hook or the Rabbit Ear Pass (depending on the current) and drift along the main ledge. This is the best scenic route. If you are lobstering sometimes it pays to venture to the deep side of the reef (east) to the Spur & Groove or to the false ledge to the west