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The Juno Beach Pier and the Loggerhead Marinelife Center is back open for business. The 990-foot-long fishing pier and the sea turtle research and rehabilitation center has reopened to the public as of Monday, May 18th.

The pier closed back in March when Palm Beach County shut down the beaches. At the pier, social distancing guidelines are expected to be followed and 200 people are allowed on the pier at one time. The Pier will resume its normal operations, sunrise to sunset Monday through Sunday. All transactions will be conducted through a partitioned window to eliminate contact. Masks are not required to be worn at the Juno Beach Pier.

The Sea Turtle Research Hospital will resume their normal hours form 10 am to 5 pm with a limited guest count.

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Despite a little wind and rain, the 2019 Santa Slam Kids Fishing Tournament sold out this past weekend, welcoming 77 junior anglers to fish on the Juno Beach Pier with Santa.

From Hobe Sound to Boca Raton, South Florida families drove from near and far to support this family-friendly event in order to fundraise for ChasN’Tailz Foundation, a local non-profit children's charity funding needy families with very sick children in memory of Chase Warren. 

“The Santa Slam is all about teaching children about giving back and teaching them about our history by mentoring ethical angling.” Summer Warren, Director of ChaseN’Tailz and Santa Slam, told Waterfront Properties, “We think small hands giving big is our future."

Founded by Summer Warren,

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ChaseN’Tailz invites families to join in on one of the most fun holiday kids fishing tournaments around, Santa Slam! Children 12 and under are welcome to grab their rod & reel to come fish at the Juno Beach Pier on December 21st at 9am for a small $10 donation. The donation couldn’t go to a better cause- it will help less fortunate families with very sick children!

“The Santa Slam is all about teaching children about giving back and teaching them about our history by mentoring ethical angling.” Summer Warren, Director of ChaseN’Tailz and Santa Slam, told Waterfront Properties, “We think small hands giving big is our future."

Some amazing local Captains will be present during Santa Slam to mentor our junior anglers on ethical angling, bait/tackle,

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Juno Beach is beautiful within itself, but the pier gives you a different view of the ocean. The Juno Beach Pier, 14775 U.S. Highway One, Juno Beach is operated by The Loggerhead Marinelife Center.  It offers visitors almost 1000 feet of unlimited saltwater fishing and an incredible opportunity to appreciate the picturesque Atlantic Ocean view. The full-service Pier House features a helpful visitor guide who can suggest rental poles available to those who don’t have their own pole. Within the snack shack and gift shop they offer an assortment of fishing tackle and bait. 

Loggerhead Marinelife Center, located in Loggerhead Park, Juno Beach is a sea turtle research, rehabilitation, education and conservation center. The center also manages the popular

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The Juno Beach Pier and the Loggerhead Marinelife Center are hosting their 5th Annual Juno Beach Pier Photo Contest. Submissions will be accepted for the perfect photo of the Juno Beach Pier until Friday, May 31st

The Juno Beach Pier is a treasured icon in Palm Beach County and the pier is used by fishermen and women, tourists and locals who just want to get a good view of the ocean or catch some of the best fish in our area.

Last year, the contest brought contestants from all over Palm Beach County and more than 80 photo submissions and the photos got over 40,000 views on Facebook.

The photos of the pier must reveal one’s own “pier-spective” of the iconic Juno Beach Pier. All submissions will be uploaded to their Facebook page for the public and the

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The bite was scarce last weekend, but it seems to have been picking up this week due to the full moon. A few wahoo are starting to show up from the full moon and mild cold front, especially closer to the Bahamas. Around here, 150-400’ is where wahoo have hooked up along with blackfin tuna. Troll with small feathers during lowlight for tuna, and use the small ones to catch wahoo. Another option is to pick up a local favorite Junkanoo Lure and high speed troll in a zig-zag pattern. Sailfish are also coming out of the woodwork, and kite fishing with hearty live baits like goggle-eyes or blue runners is your best bet.

Kingfish and large mutton snapper have been eating sardines near 120 – 200’, and yellowtail snapper has been showing up in strong

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Pictured: Shannon Discount & Capt. Michael O'Conner of Boatsitters

Offshore, football-sized blackfin tuna have been pretty easy to get ahold of in about 200-400’ of water. You can use small daisy chains or troll with feathers, but quite a few have been caught trolling with small-skirted bonita strips as well. We had a lot of success with neon green and white skirts this week, but colors are a game that changes by the minute, so try a few different ones and switch the rest out as you go if your target fish is tending to a particular color. Dolphin have been in the same areas as blackfin, and wahoo have been non-existent. On the first cold front that rolls through, we’ll have our local favorite Junkanoo Lures ready. Regardless of our lack of cold

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The Responsible Pier Initiative is a Florida program designed to promote a healthy pier environment for sea turtles and other marine life with the cooperation of fisherman. The three components of the Responsible Pier Initiative include providing first responders with necessary training and resources to effectively respond to sea turtle injuries and strandings, installation of educational signage on fishing piers, and underwater cleaning beneath piers and surrounding areas on a regular basis.

Since Loggerhead Marinelife Center acquired management of the Juno Beach Pier in 2014, it has become an exceptional example for other fishing piers throughout Florida. Launching the pilot program in 2012 in Juno Beach, positive results have already been

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If you're looking for a marvelous example of a tangerine-colored Florida sunrise, Juno Beach Pier is one of the greats. However, you’ll be delighted to know that apart from a sight-seeing and fishing attraction, this particular pier has made positive strides in environmental conservation efforts. A long-standing icon of northern Palm Beach County, the Juno Beach Pier is an upstanding member of the Responsible Pier Initiative to make an impact on marine conservation. Since Loggerhead Marinelife Center attained management in 2014, efforts were amplified to not only protect local sea turtle populations and other marinelife, but to provide amenities such as morning beach yoga, an expanded concessions and angling retail shop, and a responsible atmosphere

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The Town of Juno Beach is a seaside community located on a barrier island along the Atlantic Coastal Ridge. It was formed by the cutting channels of the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. The abundance of water provides part of the attraction of this quaint place to live, work and play.  

You can bring your furry best friend and smartphone, camera or sketchpad to enjoy magnificent sunrises and sunsets at the Juno Beach Park for cherished memories. Many residents of Juno Beach head over to the pier for serenity. The Juno Beach Pier House offers something for anglers, sightseers, and beach goers alike! The pier offers visitors 990-feet of boundless saltwater fishing and perfect opportunities to enjoy the scenic view. The Pier House at the

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