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 Tip of the Week
Catch of the Month
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 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
September 1st-7th: (Hurricane Hermine)(Snook Season Re-Opened) Catfish, Sailcat, 3 Snook(1 Keeper), Black Drum, Redfish, Key West Grunt, Spanish Mackerel, Tarpon hooked but broke line September 8th- 15th: Spanish Mackerel, Spotted Seatrout, Snook, Eagle... Read More
August 1st- 7th: Mangrove Snapper, Sheepshead, Spanish Mackerel, Snook(released), Grunts, Cobia, Catfish, Spotted Seatrout August 8th- 14th: Grunt, Tarpon, Snook(released), Catfish, Sharks, Goliath Grouper Sighted, Mangrove Snapper, Cobia, Black Sea Bass, Black Drum,... Read More