Many years ago (early to mid 90s, if I remember correctly) I went on a survey with one of the biologists involved with monitoring the Turkey Point population. I was expecting a typical crocodile survey - at night, in a boat, with a strong spotlight, but we went in the morning, by truck, looking for crocodiles hauled out for their morning bask. We found a dozen or so breeding sized adults in no time.
I went through the USAF Water Survival School at Turkey Point in the winter of 1980 and there was a standing warning in place about the crocs there. We did see a few crocs as I recall, as well as dozens of manatees also attracted by the warm water discharge.