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Open 7am - 10pm, Sunday - Saturday
Fisher Family Pier was named after former Mayor Lamar Fisher who is now a Broward County Commissioner and his family. The Fisher family's civic involvement spans for a period of more than 100 years, starting with Lamar Fisher's great-grandfather, Clinton Lyons.
Children 10 and under must be accompanied by a guardian
Sightseeing is currently free
Daily fishing rate $6. There is a 3 rod maximum.
Annual resident pass (with proof of residency) $547.50/year
Annual nonresident pass $1,095/year
Semi-annual resident pass (with proof of residency) $273.75/6 months
Semi-annual nonresident pass $547.50
Masks are required for entry. Masks must be worn when coming within 6 ft of another person. There is one way directional signage located on the pier.
The following acts are not allowed:
Diving or jumping from the pier
Glass, straws or Styrofoam
Netting of fish or sea life
Running, climbing or sitting pier rails
This newly constructed fishing pier is one of a kind! It measures almost 900 feet in length with ability for patrons to sight-see and/or fish. The end of the pier is also built in the shape of a Pompano Fish. This is a great tourist attraction.