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8 Enchanting Fishing Piers in Florida

Rasshmie Salunkhay Aug 22, 2019
It is said that, when in Florida, keep your tackle and bait ready and why not, this wonderful state consists of around 100 fishing piers that are full of fun and happening activities for its visitors.

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Pier 60 - Clearwater Beach is illustrious for its gorgeous sunsets and boasts of being one of the best piers for fishing in Florida. The place is full of activities and live entertainment.

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Juno Beach Park Pier has extremely clear waters and there are fish at the shallow waters, too. You may be given some tips here to be a more responsible angler.

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Naples Pier offers one of the most spectacular sunsets in the Gulf of Mexico and an array of fishes like Spanish mackeral, sea trout, etc. You get a blanket fishing license too.

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The Anglins Fishing Pier is said to be the longest pier in south Florida. Its proximity to the Gulf Stream results in abundance of species of fish by the Atlantic coast pier.

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Jacksonville Beach Pier is a great place to have a small picnic catching a variety of fishes. It charges a nominal fee from visitors which includes the fishing permit.

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The scenic Daytona Pier is open for fishing everyday, for no charges at all. A fun amusement park adjoins it, making it a perfect family picnic spot.
Cocoa Beach Pier is a famed surfing spot among the locals, and is gradually gaining popularity among the outsiders for fishing too. Many cool restaurants and bars line up nearby the pier.
When the sea water ideally merges with the Indian River Lagoon, it creates the best environment for catching fishes like Redfish, Tarpon, Snook and Trout, at the Sebastian Inlet State Park Pier.