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FISHABLE SALTWATER BRIDGES & PIERS in MARTIN COUNTY

Posted by Nicole Richards on Tuesday, January 13th, 2015 at 4:39pm.

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Visitors from all over have trekked to Martin County to fish the abundant waters of the beautiful South Florida. The location of Martin County is so unique due to its pinpoint on the southern verge of the temperate zone and the northern limit of the subtropical region within South Florida. A huge diversity of game fish lurks around the Indian River Lagoon and St. Lucie River.

Listed below are plenty of Bridges and Piers that you can fish off of in Martin County:

Jensen Beach
Indian Riverside Park Pier – 1701 Northeast Indian River Drive
Jensen Beach Causeway Fishing Pier - 889 Northeast Causeway Blvd
Roosevelt Bridge - US 1 north of Stuart

Stuart
Sandsprit Park Fishing Piers- 3443 Southeast St. Lucie Blvd
Bathtub Reef Beach - 1585 SE MacArthur Blvd
Shepard Park Fishing Dock – 600 SW Ocean Boulevard
Twin Rivers Park Fishing Docks – 3805 SE Kubin Avenue
Evans Crary Bridge – East Ocean Boulevard

Palm City
Charlie Leighton Park - 2701 SW Cornell Ave
Palm City Bridge - St. Lucie River on Martin Downs Blvd.
St. Lucie River/Ernie Lyons Bridge

Port Salerno
Manatee Park – Park Avenue

Hobe Sound
Peck Lake Park - 8108 SE Gomez Avenue
Greenfield Park - 4900 SE Cabot Street

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