Boca Raton inlet, Beaches and Seawalls
1100 S. Ocean Boulevard
Boca Raton, Florida 33432
Beach conditions Call 561-629-8775

It is gorgeous, personally I like this place, South Inlet Park is local favorite. It is rarely crowded and offers fishing from the shore or jetty, its quiet and somewhat private and there is a lot to see! Everyone watches the boats coming in and out all day, this is a great place to see wildlife as you hang out for a leisure day while you fish, you will not be alone but everyone is friendly at the inlet. This park has a perfect beach for the family to chill while you fish the area and its easy to get them to go to the beach just sneak your rod under the blankets and be surprised when you unload the car.( works every time )
Boca Inlet is another great place for bait "mullet pilchard", .

Live bait at this location:

Mullet: Are found in the boca inlet and on the inside to the bridge area.
Pilchard: Will be along the jetty or on the inside and on the beach side.

Fishing areas:

South jetty of Boca Raton Inlet
I find snook on the tide change live bait or artificial (jig, Doa,) along the inside of the jetty, I have also found them on South side beach area. I normally work the current incoming and out going keeping my live bait just off of the bottom, like I always say if your not getting hung up once in a while your not doing it right. Lures that is drivers and top water, I work from out in and along the jetty or off the end casted out. In addition you will find, on the beach side, ladyfish, big grunts, spots and croakers and occasional snapper.

Inside of the Inlet
Along the jetty and sea wall are jacks, snapper, snook. .moonfish.
End of the Jetty
You could catch anything coastal fish in this area it is just a matter of whats biting.

Donations are Greatly Appreciated

The fishing info is supplied free of charge.

South Inlet Park Location Info

Beach conditions Call 561-629-8775

Open Sunrise - Sunset


Adult Fishing..........Free

Live and Dead bait ( if you catch it yourself )

Parking Fee at South Inlet Park

Automated parking payment process (kiosks)

Cars- $3 per hour (weekdays), $4 per hour (weekends and holidays)

Buses- $7 per hour (weekdays), $9 per hour (weekends and holidays)


beach frontage, guarded (850 feet)

beach surf wheelchair is available; contact a lifeguard to arrange for use.

saltwater fishing and surfing not permitted in guarded swimming area

Fishing (saltwater)

picnic areas with grills

playground, play structure (ages 5-12 years)

restroom facilities

showers, outdoor

Take Note

balloons- Loggerhead Marinelife Center and Palm Beach County have committed to the prohibition of balloons at this park in an effort to promote the safety and protection of sea turtles. Visit Loggerhead Marinelife Center? to learn more about the dangers balloons pose to marine wildlife.

Get the tide for this area

This was the closest tide area

Common Catches

Snapper "All Year"
Bait " Mullet, Pichard, maharas "
Permit (Beachside of Jetty)
Blue Runners "All Year"
Bluefish "Spring, Fall, Winter"
Spanish Mackerel
Croakers "all year"
Big Jack Crevalle

Fishing Locations

Anglins Fishing Pier 954-924-3613

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

Boynton Inlet and Beach

Hillsboro Inlet

Boca Raton Inlet

Jupiter Inlet

Sebastian Inlet

Channel 2, Craig Key, Forida Keys.