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Hours of Operation:

Open 7am - 10pm, Sunday - Saturday


Fisher Family Pier was named after former Mayor Lamar Fisher who is now a Broward County Mayor 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.

Bait shop is open!

The Bait Shop offers food, beverages and bait for purchase, as well as rod rentals.
Children 10 and under must be accompanied by a guardian

Pier Entry Fees:

Sightseeing is currently free
Daily fishing rate $6. There is a 3 rod maximum.

Pier Annual Fishing Memberships:

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

Prohibited Acts:

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
Shark Fishing


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.

Name Dates and Times Description Cost
Junior Lifeguards

HOURS: 8:30am-12:30pm, Session I: June 12-23, Session II: June 26-July 7 Session III: July 10-21, Session IV: July 24-Aug 4, No camp June 20 or July 4

Age 7 - 17

The program is designed to improve young people’s physical conditioning, understanding, and respect for the environment around them. For more information, please call (954) 786-4128.

Registration opens on April 10th at 9am.

Camp Brochure

Summer Camp Registration opens April 10

Resident | $150 Per Session Non Resident | $200 Per Session