Florida is one of the most popular fishing destinations among the visitors who love fishing recreation. Numbers of saltwater and freshwater options along the benefit of all types of fishing ways, Florida gained the name “Fishing Capital”. Here we are revealed 11 best fishing spots in Florida by researching on visitors.

1. Sunglow Fishing spot

Sunglow Fishing spot

Address

3701 S Atlantic Ave, Daytona Beach, FL 32118, United States

About

On the shore of the Atlantic Ocean, Daytona Beach is a really good place to travel for a weekend gateway. And the Sunglow Pier is a really amazing spot for fishing. You can walk the pier and see the Atlantic Ocean from a different perspective. You have to go early to the pier for fishing to get a good spot for fishing. Whit the day goes the good spots are taken.  The pier is open 7 days a week and from 6 AM to 10 PM. Whiting, Pompano, Flounder, Salmon, and Drum are usually caught of the pier.

 

2. Vilano Beach Fishing Pier

Vilano Beach

Address

260 Vilano Rd, St. Augustine, FL 32084, United States

About

The Vilano Beach Pier is a very wonderful place to fish. It’s free to have an entry here and the visitors are greeted with a dolphin sculpture archway at the pier entrance. You can sit and relax and fish with the beautiful view of sunset in the Atlantic Ocean. The Usina Bridge, theintercoastal water, and the beaches restaurant can catch your eyes. The pier is opened from 6.30 AM to 7PM.You can find a lot of variant of fishes. Sea Trout, redfish, snook, tuna, swordfish and many others are in list.

 

3. Skyway Fishing Pier State Park

Skyway Fishing Pier State

Address

I-275, St. Petersburg, FL 33711, United States

About

After the collapse of the original sunshine skyway bridge, it was replaced by the current bridge, and the original one converted into the longest fishing pier in the world. Reallyit is amazing spot for fishing. The pier is open 24/7. It cost 4$ per adult and 4$ per vehicle for entrance and 2$ for 6-12 years child.  The common catches are snook, tarpon, Spanish mackerel, grouper, black sea bass, king mackerel, red snapper, pompano, cobia, sheepshead and many more. Snacks, drinks, bait and fishing supplies are available for purchase.

4. Navarre Beach Pier

Navarre Beach Pier

Address

8579 Gulf Blvd, Navarre, FL 32566, United States

About

Navarre Beach Pier is a very large and wide fishing pier. The light green colored water of the ocean can show a very nice scene. The place is quite calm and not too crowded. You can fish peacefully here. It costs 1$ per person to enter; free if you are a vet. Turtle, jellyfish, needle gar, shark, jellyfish and sheepshead fish are quite often seen from the pier. It is a very amazing spot to observe the beautiful sunshine and sunset. The pier is opened from 5 AM to 11 PM every day.

 

5. Sebastian Inlet State Park

Sebastian Inlet State Park

Address

9700 S Hwy A1A, Melbourne Beach, FL 32951, United States

About

The park provides saltwater fishing from both the Atlantic and Indian River shores. It has a long pier for fishing. Snook, redfish, bluefish, flounder, snapper, grouper, sheepshead, permit, whiting, blues, Spanish mackerel, and various species of shark can be found here. There are facilities for surfing, swimming, scuba diving and snorkeling in the park. You can see enormous wildlife. Ospreys, many species of shorebird, sea turtles can be expected to be seen. The park also has to museums that are McLarty Treasure Museum and Sebastian Fishing Museum. It costs 8$ to enter the park with vehicles maximum of 8 people per vehicle. 4$ will be charged for single-occupant vehicle or motorcycle. Unlike the other parks, the Sebastian Intel park is opened 24 hours a week. The Park is a package for any person either he wants to just fish or entertained by the amazement of the park.

 

6. Venice Fishing Pier

Venice Fishing Pier

Address

1600 Harbor Dr S, Venice, FL 34285, United States

About

The 700 foot Venice Fishing pier is located at Brohard Park on the south end of the island of Venice. It’s a great location for fishing and to end the day watching the beautiful sunset. The pier is opened 27/7 but the bait shop is usually opened from 6.30 am to 9 pm. There are 6 picnic shelters, two volleyball courts, and public restrooms. It doesn’t cost any money to enter here. It is free. You don’t need any fishing license to fish. The common fishes caught from the pier are included perch, halibut, mackerel, white sea bass, tiger shark, stingrays, and leopard shark.

 

7. Fishing Pier Fort Myers Beach

Fort Myers Beach

Address

10 Old San Carlos Blvd, Fort Myers Beach, FL 33931, United States

About

It is a beautiful white sandy beach. The pier looks new and good. Lots of fishes are available if you are good enough to catch them. You will have varieties of fishes here. But we will recommend you to not to come for fishing when it is the time of the red tide. Lots of dead fishes and less water are found. Except for that the place is amazing to walk on. It costs 2$ to park the car. It is opened 24hours in a day. It is nice and clean. If you want to spend a day quietly and peacefully by fishing, the place is an idle place for you.

 

8. George Crady Bridge Fishing Pier State Park

Pier State Park

Address

9000 HeckscherDr, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034, United States

About

The George Crady Bridge Fishing Pier is a Florida State Park which is located on the Nassau county border of Amelia Island State Park. It’s a very nice bridge to fish from. A beautiful scene is seen from the bridge. You can have a nice walk and watch a beautiful sunset. There is a bait shop near the bridge and has almost all kinds of bait. The chances of catching fishes are very high here. Most commonly caught fishes are whiting, jack, drum and tarpon. It costs only 2$ to enter the park and it is opened 24hours a day.

 

9. Daytona Beach Main Street Pier

Daytona Beach

Address

1200 Main St, Daytona Beach, FL 32118, United States

About

The 95 years old pier was reopened in June 2012 after renovating with 10million dollars and remains the longest pier on the east coast. Not only fishing, this place has the facilities for space needle and ski lift. It costs only 4$ to enjoy them both. But it is free to fish here and no license is needed. You can rent the fishing instruments and buy the bait from the bait shop. The fishing time is 7 am-7 pm and all days in the week. Fish typically caught off the pier include Pompano, Whiting, Trout, Flounder, Sheep’s Head and Drum.

 

10. Brinson Park

Brinson Park,Florida

Address

406 Neptune Rd, Kissimmee, FL 34744, United States

About

Kissimmee is a city of Osceola Country, Florida.  Brinson Park is a sizable local park that has the opportunity for wildlife viewing, fishing, picnicking & more. The park is a very suitable place for having a bbq party with your friends or family. The park is quite calm. So it can be a good place to enjoy nature with less noise and relaxation. It’s open from 7 am to 7 pm. You have to come early to book a good sitting spot for you as it has a limited sitting. But the place is full of fishes. You should get many fishes unless you have a very bad day. Crappies, bluegills, and bass all can be caught from the pier.

 

11. St. Johns County Ocean Pier

St. Johns County Ocean Pier

Address

350 A1A Beach Blvd, St. Augustine, FL 32080, United States

About

St. Johns County Ocean Pier is situated in St. Augustine Bay, across the Lions Bridge on Anastasia Island. The place has many free facilities such as pedestrian stairs, access to the beach, restrooms, a covered pavilion, a splash park, bathroom, and parking for both regular and handicapped vehicles. It’s a very nice place to spend a day and relax. It only cost 1$ without fishing. For visitors, it is 3$ with fishing and for the resident, it cost 2$ to fish. The pier is opened from 7 am to 10 pm in the week.  You can find a lot of variant of fishes. Sea Trout, redfish, snook, tuna, swordfish and many others are included.

 

So these are the best fishing spots in Florida visitors talked most. As Florida known as fishing capital you can also find many minor and major fishing areas outside of above. Most of the fishing spots in Florida are located near beach. So you must be researched on weather before visiting. Hope your fishing vacation would be enjoyable and memorable in Florida.