fishing piers in camden county north carolina

Fishing Piers
Camden County
North Carolina




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George Wood Park & Causeway Park Fishing Piers
george wood park fishing piers US Hwy 158 just East of the Camden Causeway

GPS 36° 18'03.17" N    76° 12'31.02" W

weather near George Wood / Causeway Park fishing piers Camden, NC   Tides George Wood / Causeway Park fishing piers


The larger pier on the south side of the road has an interersting design which has 2 wing like walkways 130' in length midway out, these also have shade gazebos on the ends. This pier extends out 200' with a 65' "T" at the very end.

There are 4 other fishing platforms across the road at Causeway Park, these are along a wooden walkway running more or less parallel with the shoreline of the Pasquotank River.
   The first platform is in an alcove 300' from the parking lot.
   The second platform is 460' from the lot.
   The third platfrom is 600' from lot.
   The 4th and last platform is 800' from the lot.

Southern Avenue - Fish Court Fishing Dock
At the bridge near the intersection of;
   Southern Avenue & Dawson Street
   Elizabeth City, NC 27909

GPS 36° 17'34.39" N    76° 13'03.03" W

Pier / Dock is about 70' in length.

Treasure Point Park Fishing Pier
Entrance to park is at the intersection of;
   Treasure Point Road & A Street
   Camden, NC 27921

GPS 36° 17'32.86" N    76° 08'04.66" W

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Treasure Point Park offers; Fishing pier 95' in length over the waters of the Mouth of Mill Dam Creek, kayak launch, picnic tables, nature trails and restrooms.

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Useful Links

North Carolina Saltwater Fishing Regulations Safe Handling of Self Caught Seafood
Videos of Fishing Knots 
Seafood RecipesFish of the Atlantic
Chart Showing What Can I Expect To Catch From Piers In North Carolina

Public Fishing Piers in Camden County North Carolina

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Areas in Camden County North Carolina include; Bartlett, Belcross, Burnt Mills, Camden, Elizabeth City ( portions ), Lilly, Riddle, Shiloh and South Mills.
Bodies of water in Camden County North Carolina include; Able Creek, Areneuse Creek, Backlanding Creek, Broad Creek, Cow Creek, Great Creek, Hunting Creek, Lower Broad Creek, Mill Dam Creek, North River, Pasquotank River, Public Creek, Raymond Creek and Sawyers Creek.

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