A local fisherman reported the discovery to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday afternoon.
The sheriffs turned over the cocaine to the U.S. Border Patrol because they were found in federal waters, the Miami Herald reported.
The estimated street value of the drugs is around $850,000, according to WPLG.
Drugs regularly wash ashore around Florida, with nearly 150 pounds of marijuana found near Key West in August and September, FOX 23 reported.
Last year, around 33 pounds of cocaine were found along Palm Coast.