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According to a study done by a team from the United States Geological Survey (USGS) between 2010 and 2011, the Middle Grounds is a series of sediment bars that parallel the coast.
The Middle Grounds sits roughly 110 miles northwest of the entrance to Tampa Bay.
The Middle Grounds makes a rectangle shape, paralleling the coast.
Day trips to the Middle Grounds are popular, typically leaving before sunrise and making it back at sunset, but an overnight trip is a great way to hit the Grounds too.
We're mostly fishing deepwater wrecks and hard bottom out on the Steps, an area west of the Middle Grounds where the bottom 'steps down' to the 800- to 1,000-foot range.

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