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Piers & Passes

Welcome to your Piers & Passes

I have worked hard to include accurate information on all piers and passes in Florida.  If you know about a pier or pass that I have missed or have more accurate information please send it and I will update these maps.

Below you will find four links.  Each of them is a map of potential fishing spots in Florida.

Pay Piers

The Piers map contains all over the state of Florida.

Florida Fishing Piers

Florida Fishing Piers

 

Free Fishing Piers

Free Fishing Piers means FREE no fee to fish or park.

Passes

The Passes map locates passes that are fishable on foot.

That is they don’t require a boat.   Some of these offer paved surfaces and some require rigorous hick to reach.

Inlet

Inlet

Keys

The Keys is a special area for fishing.

There are only two piers in the Keys located in Key West but many bridges provide a separate walkway that is isolated from the road.  I have not included bridges that only have an unprotected sidewalk.  Be aware that the separate walkways are part of the Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail which is part of the East Coast Greenway.  This is a bike trail from the Keys to the Canadian border.  Share the road and keep your equipment out of the way so bikes can pass.

Fishing Bridge

Fishing Bridge

Piers with Fees

Florida Fishing Piers that charge a fee These piers do not require a fishing license. Piers provide an opportunity to fish further offshore than most of us are able to cast from the shore.  In some areas fish such as dolphin, king mackerel, tarpon and, even sailfish can be caught from piers.  There are many …

Free Fishing Piers

Passes

Florida Fishing Passes Passes are some of the best shore fishing in Florida.   Bait is drawn into bays and harbors when the tide rises.  When the tide drops the bait is washed back out to sea.   Game fish wait in passes to ambush anything that swims by.   Only passes that are accessible by foot are …

The Keys

Florida Keys fishing bridges. The Florida Keys offer more than 20 locations to fish over the water while remaining safe from vehicle traffic.  With the exception of one state park, all bridges are free.