Pier 60

Address: Pier 60, 1 Causeway Blvd., Clearwater, FL 33767

Phone # 727-462-6466


October 1st to March 31st: Open Sun - Thurs 6am - 9:30pm And Fri and Sat 24hrs.

April 1st to September 30th: Open 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Closed Christmas


Adults 16 years old and up $8.00 each

Seniors $6.75 each

Children 5 - 15 $5.25 each

Equipment Rentals: Yes, Rental equipment is available at the bait shop for $7.25 a day.

Fishing License Required: No, Your license is included in the admission to fish on the pier.

Bait Shop: Yes, There is a bait shop on the pier that is open the same hours as the pier. They have fishing tackle, live and frozen bait and snacks.

Other Facilities: Restrooms

Fish to Catch: Flounder, Silver Trout, Spotted Trout, Whiting, Snook, Sheepshead, Redfish, Tarpon, Spanish Mackerel, Mangrove Snapper, Pompano, Jack Crevalle and Many Other Species

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Pier Information: Pier 60 is located in Clearwater, Florida on the popular Clearwater Beach in the Gulf of Mexico.

This pier is well known for it's night time Snook fishing because of the lights around the pier. The lights attract baitfish which in return attract snook and other species.

The great thing about this pier is you never know what you might catch because there are so many different type of species that can be around at any given time and many BIG Snook have been caught from this pier.

Live or frozen bait is what most anglers use when fishing this pier with a medium to heavy rod and reel.

The pier is up high off the water so you will need a rod strong enough to bring your catch up over the railing.

This is one of my favorite piers to fish because you are able to be right in the middle of all the excitement of Clearwater Beach and the other festivities going on, all while trying to catch the big one.

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