Deerfield Beach, Florida
Deerfield fishing pier is mainly sand all the way out . The fishing pier is known for its Large Catches like King Mackerel and other large species of fish that you would normaly find in deeper water.
They also use Trolly Rigs most of the time off of the tee, I have heard the gulfstream juts in and helps to supply the fish they catch ????
Beginning of pier
Croakers, Gulf kings "whiting", sometimes Mangrove snapper can be found in the first section of the pier, snook can be here also.
From the middle house out
Mackerel, Cobia, Snook, Bluefish, Bonita, Kingfish, Big Jacks.
Typical live baits are Pilchards, Sardine,Blue runner, Mullet, Croakers, Mojarras.
For bottom fishing Live bait or cut Mullet, Shrimp, Pichard, anything dead on bottom rig, nocker rig, chicken rig.
Before and After tropical Storms can produce Mutton Snapper and in the range of 1.5lb to 12lb (I am not kidding)
After the first hard NE wind you need to live line a live bait(Blue runner, Big Mullet, Big sardine or ANYTHING YUMMY) key is to get live bait out as far as you can on a kite, float device??? and just chil,l special creatures come by to feed believe me you may get a once in a lifetime catch. (40+lb Smoker King, Sailfish, nice size Blackfin Tuna and even a Big African Pompano)
Location InfoOpen from 6 AM to 11 PM daily
Rod Rental $16, plus $25 refundable deposit
Lighted for night fishing
Get the tide for this areaDeerfield Beach Area
Snapper "All Year"
Snook "All year"
Pompano "Spring and Fall"
Cobia "Spring and Fall"
Blue Runners "All Year"
Bluefish "Spring, Fall, Winter"
Mackerel "Spring, Winter, Fall"
Croakers "all year"
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Pompano Fishing Pier 954-482-3229
Deerfield Fishing Pier 954-426-9206
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