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Fishing Piers Near Me - Best Piers in Florida

Our local Florida piers can fill a table with Pompano, Speckled Trout, Spanish Mackerel, Kingfish, Mangrove, Mutton, and other Snapper, and even Grouper. Local piers, including the Skyway and the Clearwater Beach pier, are outstanding and often produce great catches.

Juno Beach Fishing Pier

Juno Beach Fishing Pier

Anglers have caught some big Snook from the Juno Beach Fishing Pier. Located in Juno Beach Park on the east coast of Florida, the Juno Beach Pier is managed by the Loggerhead Marinelife Center and is part of the Responsible Pier Initiative program designed to work with fishermen to promote a healthy pier environment for sea turtles and other marine life.

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Dania Fishing Pier

Dania Fishing Pier

Located between world-famous Ft. Lauderdale Beach and the Hollywood Boardwalk, Dania Beach is one part old Florida and one part international travelling scene. The beaches are beautiful, the food is great, the seafood next to none, and the fishing on this popular small fishing pier open for the anxious angler year round. The proximity to deep water means you can catch a wide variety of species, including Mutton and Yellow Tail Snapper, Cero Mackerel, Bluefish, Snook, Tarpon, and Barracuda.

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Cocoa Beach Fishing Pier

Cocoa Beach Fishing Pier

Depending on the season, you can catch Redfish, Whiting, Pompano, Tarpon, Snapper, Wahoo, Sheepshead, Flounder, Jack, Bluefish, Sea Trout, Black Drum, Croaker, and Grouper. Because there are surfers present, no shark fishing is allowed.

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Skyway Fishing Pier

Skyway Fishing Pier

Fishermen call the collection of undersea rubble the Roller Coaster, and they produce some of the best fishing in the Bay, including Grouper sizes not normally found this close to land, along with incredible Cobia, Tarpon you can’t possibly land, and Shark the size of hybrid cars.

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Pier 60 in Clearwater

Pier 60 in Clearwater

The pier produces Spanish Mackerel, Spotted and Silver Trout, Snook, Redfish, Tarpon, Sheepshead, Snapper, Flounder, Jacks, and more, depending on the season.

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Daytona Beach Pier

Daytona Beach Pier

The Daytona Beach Pier is the most recognizable landmark on Daytona Beach. Originally constructed of palm logs, it was built at the turn of the 20th century and has been the center of beach life ever since. The original pier burnt down in 1920, leading to the construction of the new, 1,000-foot long Pier Casino. The city took operational control of the pier in 2009, refurbishing it and adding a Joe’s Crab Shack in the old casino building.

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Jacksonville Beach Pier

Jacksonville Beach Pier

Built in 1925 when the nation’s economy was steaming hot, the Jacksonville Beach Pier has withstood storms that have knocked down other fishing piers. This is a long pier–nearly a quarter of a mile–and the water at the T-end is 22 feet deep at high tide, which offers a unique opportunity to catch fish not normally available from a pier. Whiting are the most common catch in cold months, but when the temperature heats up in March, you can pull out Pompano, Black Drum, Bluefish, Redfish, Flounder, Trout, Striped Bass, Sheepshead, and due to the deep water, Kings, Barracuda, Tarpon, and Mahi.

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Deerfield Beach Fishing Pier

Deerfield Beach Fishing Pier

The pier typically produces King and Spanish Mackerel, Pompano, Snapper, Permit, Blue Runners, Bluefish, Barracuda, and Croakers, and is lighted for night fishing. The pier concession rents fishing rods ($15.00 per day with a $25.00 deposit) and sells tackle, live, fresh, and frozen bait, accessories, ice, snacks, and t-shirts.

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What are the Best Fishing Piers Near Me?

Good question! We've compiled a list of local fishing piers below with detailed information. We hope you’ll provide us with some up-to-date reports and reviews on your pier fishing experience.

Skyway Fishing Pier

Skyway fishing pier

Fishermen call the collection of undersea rubble the Roller Coaster, and they produce some of the best fishing in the Bay, including Grouper sizes not normally found this close to land, along with incredible Cobia, Tarpon you can’t possibly land, and Shark the size of hybrid cars.

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Pier 60 Clearwater

Pier 60 Clearwater

The pier produces Spanish Mackerel, Spotted and Silver Trout, Snook, Redfish, Tarpon, Sheepshead, Snapper, Flounder, Jacks, and more, depending on the season.

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Cocoa Beach Pier

Cocoa Beach Pier

There’s more to do here than fish. As a historic landmark, the newly-renovated Cocoa Beach Pier is home to restaurants, bars, gift shops, and live musical entertainment.

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Dania Beach Fishing Pier

Dania Beach Pier

The proximity to deep water means you can catch a wide variety of species, including Mutton and Yellow Tail Snapper, Cero Mackerel, Bluefish, Snook, Tarpon, and Barracuda. The pier is open from 6:00 am to midnight every day of the year, and is lighted for night fishing.

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Daytona Beach Pier

Daytona Beach Pier

Fish typically caught off the pier include Whiting, Pompano, Flounder, Trout, Sheepshead and a variety of Shark. Fishing is allowed on the east end of the pier at no cost from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm (Mar 16 to Oct 31) and 7:00 am to 5:00 pm (Nov 1 to Mar 15). No license is required.

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Juno Beach Pier

Juno Beach Pier

Anglers have caught some big Snook from the Juno Beach Fishing Pier. The Juno Beach Pier is a great place to just sit back and watch the ocean or catch any of the dozen or more tasty species available to anglers.

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Jacksonville Beach Pier

Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier

Whiting are the most common catch in cold months, but when the temperature heats up in March, you can pull out Pompano, Black Drum, Bluefish, Redfish, Flounder, Trout, Striped Bass, Sheepshead, and due to the deep water, Kings, Barracuda, Tarpon, and Mahi.

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Deerfield Beach Fishing Pier

Deerfield Beach Fishing Pier

The pier typically produces King and Spanish Mackerel, Pompano, Snapper, Permit, Blue Runners, Bluefish, Barracuda, and Croakers, and is lighted for night fishing. The pier concession rents fishing rods ($15.00 per day with a $25.00 deposit) and sells tackle, live, fresh, and frozen bait, accessories, ice, snacks, and t-shirts.

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