The George Crady fishing bridge / pier an old vehicle bridge which spans Nassau Sound between Duval and Nassau Counties.
Restrooms are at either end of the bridge / pier, but they can still be a long walk from your fishing spot.
This pier / bridge is 3200 feet in length over the main part of Nassau Sound and we highly suggest that you take plenty of water for yourself. Think about what you will really need and bring it along, this may prevent any unnecessary trips back to the car.
Fort Clinch State Park Fishing Pier
2601 Atlantic Avenue
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
GPS 30° 40'04.78" N 81° 26'403.33" W
( Entrance to park off A1A )
GPS 30° 42'01.11" N 81° 25'45.15" W
( Foot of pier )
This 19 acre park was newly renovated in 2009 and features many amenities. The fishing pier is about 150' in length and is lit for night fishing. There's also a second dock at this location, from which people fish. That goes out about 118'.
The main fishing pier has about 8' of water at low tide and 12' at high tide. Flounder, trout and redfish are the most commonly caught fish species from the pier. Triple Tail and Sea Robin have also been caught here.
Locals claim that there's a hole off the end of the pier that is at least 30' deep. Blue crabs abound off this pier.
Areas in Nassau County Florida Include; Amelia Island, Amelia City, American Beach, Andrews, Becker, Black Rock, Boulogne, Bryceville, Callahan, Chester, Crandall, Crawford, Dahoma, Dyal, Evergreen, Fernandina Beach, Franklintown, Glenwood, Gross, Hedges, Hero, Hilliard, Ingle, Italia, Keene, Kent, Kings Ferry, Lessie, Mattox, Nassauville, O'Neil, Verdie, Yulee Heights and Yulee.
Bodies of Salt & Brackish Water in Nassau County, Florida Include; Alligator Creek, Amelia River, Atlantic Ocean, Bells River, Christopher Creek, Crady Creek, Crady Lake, Cuno Creek, Egans Creek, Gardner Creek, Jackson Creek, Jolly River, Kingsley Creek, Lanceford Creek, Lofton Creek, Lumber Creek, Milisa Creek, Nassau River, Nassau Sound, Plummer Creek, Saint Joeseph Creek, Soap Creek, St Marys River, Thomas Creek and Walker Creek.