Lauderdale by the Sea
Phone:(954) 924-3613 They don't answer
Anglins Pier first opened on November 24 1963. It has been, and still is today, an important part of the City of Lauderdale by the Sea offering tourists and fishermen a Great Time.
The Pier, as of June of 2020 is only open half way due to damage by Hurricane IRMA 2017 and operating 24 hours a day.
Anglins Fishing Pier is close to the water, approximately 12 feet above the water so if you like to use artifcials they can be worked pretty well from the height and angle of this fishing pier. I do very well with a jig at this fishing pier for Pompano, Mackerel, Bonefish, Ladyfish and jacks. Fish-like lures I find work very well for Mackerel, Jacks, Bluefish.
Just a brief note: I only fish live baits and heads for Snook they do not respond well to artificials here
Anglins Fishing Pier offers 2 types of fishing, sand and reef "rock" fishing. From the Bait house to the middle house is sand and from the middle house out to the 'T' is reef.
Beginning of pier
Croakers, Gulf kings "whiting", Grunts and sometimes Mangrove snapper can be found in the first section of the pier, snook can be here also.
Snook, Pompano, Permit, Snapper, Tarpon, Cobia, Bluefish, Mackerel, can be found in the section from about 4 lights before the middle house and two lights after.
From the middle house out
Snapper, Mackerel, Cobia, Snook, Bluefish, Grunts, Bonita, small Kingfish, Big Jacks.
Typical live baits are Shrimp, Mullet, Croakers, Mojarras.
For bottom fishing cut Mullet, Shrimp, Pichard, anything dead on bottom rig, nocker rig, chicken rig,
Sadly, I am going to recommend other Fishing Piers due to the fact that currently this pier is only open half and has been that way since 2017. Many local fisherpeople have chosen the piers to the north or south because of Anglins limited fishing area and an entrance fee and parking rates that are much higher then the other piers.
1. Pompano Beach Fishing is 2 miles north this pier is newly rebuilt as of 2020 and it is beautiful and now our most unquie fishing pier in Broward County and the area now has some Great restaurants, the pier mall and many other things to do. This is a perfect subsitute.
2. Dania Fishing Pier which is to the south which was rebuilt in 1994 and is well maintained by the city. Fishing at this pier is great and has a QuarterDeck Restaurant at the beginning so you have a great place for lunch.
This pier is only Half Open as June 2020 and has been this way since 2017
Lighted for night fishing
Get the tide for this areaAnglins Fishing Pier
Snapper "All Year"
Snook "All year"
Pompano "Spring and Fall"
Cobia "Spring and Fall"
Blue Runners "All Year"
Bluefish "Spring, Fall, Winter"
Mackerel "Spring, Winter, Fall"
Croakers "all year"
Juno Fishing Pier 561-855-6185
Dania Fishing Pier 954-924-3613
Pompano Fishing Pier 954-482-3229
Deerfield Fishing Pier 954-426-9206
Lake Worth Fishing Pier 561-582-3474
Open 24 hrs
Newport Fishing Pier 305-949-1300
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