MSSA has been making concrete reef balls for several years,
and Dorchester County Chapter President Clint Waters would
like to invite members and other volunteers to their Wednesday
6 p.m. work parties at Mid-Shore Electronics on Trenton Street
They usually pour two reef balls each night, using two
60-pound bags of Sackcrete per ball. The state-wide project
makes three different sizes of reef balls, 60, 80, and 120
They are cast with holes in them for fish to hide in them,
and oyster spat to set on them.
Clint has promised to write a more inclusive article on the
MSSA reef ball project and share it with us later. Call Pete
Vigneri at 410-901-9901 for more information.