17490 Gulf Blvd.
Redington Shores, FL
Phone: (727) 391-9398
Fax: (727) 399-2576
Sunday - Friday:
7:00 AM to Midnight
Saturday 7:00 AM - 2:00 AM
September - April
Sunday - Friday:
7:00 AM to 10:00 PM
7:00 AM - Midnight
Private Fishing Party Available
11:00 PM to 7:00 AM
Rods Rental - Live Shrimp
Tackle & Bait of all kinds
Snack Bar - Rest Rooms
We have shelters, benches & fish cleaning facilities on the pier.
Children (under 10) $10.
Spectators All Day with
Spectators with Fisherman $10. (With Re-entry)
VIP Area (T-Club)
Adults $20. - Saturday $25.
Children (under 10) $12.
Discount Passes Available
NO FISHING LICENSE REQUIRED
Welcome to the official
website of The Redington Long Pier, one of the best fishing piers located along the west coast of Florida. This beloved
tourist attraction spans greater than 1,200 feet into the Gulf of
Mexico. We believe that this unique and historic spot on the
Barrier Island in Florida offers an exceptional spot, unmatched by
any other location in the South Eastern United States.
The Pier is a priceless historic landmark that was first built in
1962 in the Town of Redington Shores, Florida. In 2007, the Pier
underwent an extensive renovation project which involved the
construction of all new pilings, deck-expansions, and complete
board refurbishing. The property covers a 100-foot frontage of the
beach shore and the parking lot property spans 31,800 square feet
(.77 acres). The structure is also equipped with a large tackle
shop, concession stand, several shelters, benches, and restrooms.
visitors come to enjoy the local marine
wildlife which is thriving with indigenous
species such as sea turtles, crabs, manatees, sting rays, dolphins,
and several types of coral reefs, which are exclusive to
the Florida Gulf Coast.
The Pier has served as a beach fishing site and
tourist hotspot since its establishment, attracting people from
all over the world to the sunny Town of Redington Shores which is
a community complete with small and luxury homes, hotels,
condominiums, retail shops, and restaurants. Visitors come to take
a leisurely walk out on to the Gulf to enjoy a romantic sunset or
to try their luck at catching any of the diverse species of fish
that are regularly caught on the Pier. It has been ranked one of
the best fishing spots on the Gulf, where both amateur and
professional fisherman join for a common passion and frequently
catch tarpon, snook, redfish, kingfish, flounder, drum, trout,
pompano, whiting and even sharks.