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Published on Aug 5, 2012
This Pier is known for big fish of all kinds, even Sail fish, huge Permit, Amber Jack, Cobia, Big Snook, Cuda, even Black Fin Tuna have been found here, and huge sharks too, I myself got a 12 foot long Hammer Head on this Pier, Many of the normal deep water ocean fish come into this pier, so when you don't have a boat, you can always visit this pier, but remember the fish here are not small, so best you bring bigger gear, 20lbs Minimum, but 40lb line, with 60-80 leader line, well made Saltwater hooks, "Owner Hooks" work well, and a full range of bait, live and dead, I like to run Live bait fish one one pole, a full Squid on one pole with 2 or 3 hooks in it, one Permit jig with Crabs, or live shrimp on a pole, and 2 more with dead bait, and maybe even one Pole rigged with a Kite to fly out with the winds as the wind here can get up to a good speed, and with a Kite with a release ring is very good here to get out from the other fishing lines and stand out, and doing this I have got Many types of good fish, to name a few, Big King fish, Cobia, Black Fin Tuna, sharks, Big bluefish, Tarpon.
At this pier they sell dead frozen bait, but good bait to pick from and bring with you are Live: Crabs, Shrimp, pin fish, goggle eye, greenies, mullet, lady fish, ballyhoo rigged to swim if you can find them live. and just about any other live bait you can think of.
Dead bait: Squid, Shrimp, crabs, cut and whole fish.
Lures: due to the height of the pier, you should use jigs, and deep diving lures. top water lures don't work here.