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Mary Guschke wrote a review Oct 2020
St. Michaels, Maryland166 contributions4 helpful votes
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The waves were wicked! The air was cool and the mixture gave you goosebumps all over your body. It was an adrenaline rush to be out there on the end of the pier watching the ocean in awe of how mighty it is. I highly recommend taking a visit to see for yourself. You can amuse yourself by watching the fishermen /or for eight-bucks you can bring your own gear and go fishing yourself. LUV all the love padlocks fastened to the railing-grid of the pier! Just like in Paris /or The Roberto Clemente Sixth Street Bridge in Pittsburgh. For all you starry-eyed sweethearts looking to do something romantic in a symbolic way. Bring a lock with you on your trip and get some awesome pics with your sweetie, sealing your love in Ocean City!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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MrGotRocks2 wrote a review Aug 2019
Holmes, Pennsylvania23 contributions24 helpful votes
This is a very fun place but expensive. But it was fun. If you have your own rod & bait it’s Great! By the time you buy everything it adds up. We did catch fish and had a ball.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Christina T wrote a review Sep 2018
Glen Burnie, Maryland167 contributions40 helpful votes
Why don’t you tell people how much it actually cost to fish instead of advertising $.50? It’s actually $8 a person to fish. It’s $.50 to get in the way of the people who paid $8 to fish. I know you’re trying to cast out, but let me stand right beside you and scream “Are there sharks? I don’t see any sharks!”. Absolutely not worth the money. I will not do it again! I’ll go back to Cambridge and fish there. At least it’s free, and there is a lot of room. I really don’t like people jammed up my rear end when I’m fishing.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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FalconsNest12 wrote a review Aug 2018
Baltimore, Maryland138 contributions27 helpful votes
Sites are good from the end of the pier! What you’ll see.. Fisherman trying to reel one in, the boardwalk, the inlet, the coastline, and the ocean. Beautiful in the evenings, and the breeze will keep you cool. Worth the $0.50 admission.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Sbyman wrote a review Jul 2018
Salisbury, Maryland336 contributions44 helpful votes
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To go on the far end of the fishing pier cost a reasonable $.50. You can catch a variety of fish while fishing on the OC Fishing Pier. I have seen a lot of people catching stingrays and sharks. The variety of fish caught changes on a daily basis your bound to catch just about anything. The staff is friendly and helpful.I think it cost $20 if you want to rent a fishing rod and that also includes bait. You do not need a fishing license to go fishing here.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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