Located in Fernandina (near Fort Clinch), Dee Dee Bartels North End Boat Ramp has a nice concrete fishing pier on the north side of the boat ramp. Forum member, Croaker, has reported that there is some structure between the main channel and the fishing pier and to pay attention...Read More »
City Pier of Green Cove Springs is a 500’ pier located on the west side of the St. Johns River in downtown Green Cove Springs. In this Green Cove Springs fishing spot you can catch bass, catfish and a variety of other freshwater fish. It is also not...Read More »
Governors Creek Fishing Pier is located off of Highway 17 and is just north of Green Cove Springs. This fishing pier offers fishing opportunities on Governor's Creek a tributary of the St. John's River. The fishing pier itself is relatively small, non the less, this little freshwater fishing spot...Read More »
Named after State Representative George Crady, this pedestrian-only bridge provides excellent fishing for Sheepshead, Drum, Whiting, etc. Spanning Nassau Sound, there are many placing on the bride for you to setup and catch something. Restrooms are available at this location.
Take the Interstate 95 ramp on the left to...Read More »
The Ortega River Railroad Bridge is used by CSX to cross the Ortega River. Used to be that the bridge beside the Ortega River Railroad Bridge was used for motor traffic. However, this has since been dismantled and turned into a fishing pier. This pier is relatively small, but offers...Read More »
This fishing pier is located off of Black Creek and the St. John's River on Highway 17 north of Green Cove Springs. The pier itself is about 250' long and offers ample room for fisherman to cast their lines. Catfish, Redfish, Croakers, Bream, and Black Bass are some of the...Read More »