Naples Fishing Pier ~ Gulf of Mexico
25 12th Avenue South
Naples, FL 34102
GPS 26° 07'54.11" N 81° 48'20.80" W ( Entrance )
The Naples fishing pier extends 950 feet in length over the waters of the Gulf of Mexico. The pier holds a bulk fishing license, meaning that when you pay your admission fee for fishing the license is included in this price. This especially allows visitors from out of state to saltwater fish legally for a very reasonable price while on the pier.
The Naples Pier was built in 1888 and used originally as a passenger and freight dock.
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|Fishing Piers, Bridges & Jetties in Collier County Florida|
|Areas in Collier County Florida Include; Ave Maria, Chokoloskee, East Naples, Everglades City, Golden Gate, Goodland, Immokalee, Lely Resort, Lely, Marco Island, Naples, Naples Manor, Naples Park, Ochopee, Orangetree, Pelican Bay, Pine Ridge, Plantation Island and Vineyards.|
|Areas of Salt and Brackish Water Collier County Florida include; Addison Bay, Barfield Bay, Barron River, Bartell Bay, Big Marco River, Blackwater Bay, Bluehill Bay, Bluehill Creek, Button Wood Bay, Caxambas Bay, Caxambas Pass, Chocoloskee Bay, Clam Pass, Collier Bay, Coon Key Pass, Doctors Pass, Dollar Bay, Faka Union River, Fakahatchee Bay, Gaskin Bay, Gate Bay, Goodland Bay, Gordon Pass, Gordon River, Grassy Bay, Gulf of Mexico, Gullivan Bay, Haldeman Creek, Henderson Creek, Indian Key Pass, Johnson Bay, Little Grassy Bay, Little Hickory Bay, Little Marco Pass, McIlvane Bay, Morgan Bay, Morgan River, Moorings Bay, Munlin Creek, Naples Bay, Outer Clam Bay, Palm Bay, Pumpkin Bay,Rock Creek, Rookery Bay, Sandhill Bay, Santina Bay, Shell Bay, Sugar Bay, Tarpon Bay, Turner River, Venetian Bay and Whitney River.|