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Clearwater Beach Fishing on Pier 60

No License Required | Keep Your Catch!

For those who visit Clearwater Beach, a walk on iconic Pier 60 is a must. Pier 60 extends 1080 feet into the Gulf of Mexico and is open to fishermen and sightseers. The pier has a full bait house that rents and sells fishing gear, bait, snacks and drinks. Watching the sunset, birdwatching and dolphin-watching are activities not to miss when visiting our award-winning beach. Be sure to bring your camera, for photo opportunities abound.

 

Fishing Rates

ROD RENTAL: $8.00
$1 walk on admission fee
DAILY FISHING FEES
Adults: $8.00 | Seniors: $6.75
Children 5-15: $5.25

Passes

WEEKLY PASS
Adults: $30.00 | Seniors: $25.00
MONTHLY PASSES
Adults: $60.00 | Seniors: $50.00
YEARLY PASS
Adults: $250.00 | Seniors: $200.00

Fishing Tip of the Week

Flounder: bounce gulp jigs across bottom or flounder rigs with cut bait.

Catch of the Month

Tyrone from St.Pete with a keeper Black Drum

Fishing Reports

January Fishing Report
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January 1st- 7th Daytime Temperatures Between 67 and 75 degrees. Daytime Water Temperatures Between 65 and 69 degrees. Spanish Mackerel, Grunts, Black Drum, Sharks, Silver Trout, Butterfish, Whiting, Spotted Seatrout, Sheepshead, Tarpon, Bonnethead... Read More

December 2016 Fishing Report
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December 1st-7th Loads of Spanish Mackerel, Jacks, Mangrove Snapper, Sharks, Spotted Sea Trout late at night, Butterfish, Bonnethead Sharks December 8th- 14th (Very thick fog from the 12th-14th) Spanish Mackerel early morning, Pompano,... Read More

November 2016 Fishing Report
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November 1st- 7th Tons of Spanish Mackerel, Sheepshead by the dozens, 47″ Cobia, Spotted Seatrout (including a big “22 trout), Flounder, Black Drum, lots of bait fish November 8th- 14th Spanish Mackerel, Flounder,... Read More

October 2016 Fishing Report
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October 1st- 7th (Super Boat Races) Tons of Spanish Mackerel, Stingrays, Spotted Seatrout at night, Snook, Cobia, Jack Crevalle, Bonnethead Shark October 8th- 14th Sail cat, Sheepshead, catfish, Blacktip shark, Redfish(38″), Tons of... Read More