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We walked down to Jennette’s Pier, to walk out on the Pier. It cost $4 bucks to access the pier. The wind was whipping us around. It was angry because of the hurricanes. But it was still beautiful to experience.
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Great pier!!! Lots of nice people work & fish there. Clean reception area with bathrooms. Lots of benches & lights. My husband had a blast!!
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i think it was something like 2$ to walk out on this pier. Making it probably the only pier in the universe that cost money to step foot on. Thought that was funny. We walked the beach instead.
We have visited the pier several times this summer and fall, and found folks to be doing quite well in their fishing adventures. Most of the catch seems to be flounder, bonefish, mackerel, and occasional mahi mahi. We have yet to fish the pier ourselves, but the time is coming. There’s a big difference between weekend traffic and weekday traffic, so take your pick.Honestly this is one of the nicest piers we’ve been on.Fees are like $2.00 per adult and about $12.00 per adult if you fish.Enjoy!!
The inclement weather makes this a great place to watch the wild sea.
It is well worth a stop. The bldg has a gift shop and history of pier is on the outside wall. Very nice and the pier was in great shape. It would have been fun to spend more time there and watch the many people fishing, but the wind was really strong and we had just arrived.
Great location, surfing, beach, walking, surf competitions, awesome live fish tank and information, fishing license, gift shop, views, fishing, and Sam & Omies restaurant (best breakfast!) across the street and next to RV Cahoon’s market (steaks, fresh veggies, sandwiches, milk, wine, sunscreen, fishing tackle, misc hardware, etc.)
Firstly if it’s raining you can get to under covered areas easily. Watching the waves when it’s wild and woolly is great from both the beach and on the pier. It is an interesting place for kids such as a huge fish tank.