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Cocoa Beach Pier (No Fishing?)

Just east of Orlando on Cocoa Beach is a fishing pier that some say is the best in Florida. It is north of Sebastian Inlet Fishing Pier and just south of Titusville.

Read on to see why the Cocoa Beach Fishing Pier is an amazing place to fish. This may be your new pier to fish from, even if you do have to travel a bit to reach it!

Pier Hours?

Oh no. They closed the Cocoa Beach Pier for fishing. No fishing is allowed. This started when Covid hit, but it appears they may not be bringing fishing back to the pier at all now! The current rule states that there is no fishing on the pier or within 100 yards of either side of the pier.

I hope they bring it back, I heard this was an amazing place to fish. Some call it the best place in Florida to fish.

Let’s see what happens. If you notice they allow fishing again, will you let me know using the contact link here?

Thanks!

Where’s the Closest Fishing Pier to Me?

Whether you live on the East or West Coast of Florida, there are some great fishing piers within short driving distance of your area. The closest one may not be the best one, so we cover only the best piers in Florida at the links below.

Choose “Fishing Pier Guides” below to get tips on pier fishing and to see ALL of our Florida pier guides.

If you were considering going to the Cocoa Beach Pier, you should try the Sebastian Inlet Pier which is only about 40 miles (65 km) south of Cocoa Beach.

Fishing Piers Close to the Cocoa Beach Pier

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