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This is one of the largest piers I’ve been on, super clean for a fishing pier. Had great view of sunset from the pier. Little shop at entrance. Good way to spend some time, I didn’t fish but others said it was a good place...More
Visited over New Years Weekend. Great small town feel and pier. Local told me it was rebuilt after Hurricane Hugo in 1989 and due to Sea Worms eating at the support poles it is being closed and rebuilt again October of 2019. Will be closed...More
If you are here....Just do it! excellent! Twilight is the best time Most secure their dinner reservations. Grab a beer and walk. Serene and peaceful. Remember east is where you
Arrived from...at least your ancestors ....see the following seas that brought them here
So kids are early risers. Literally so early we could see the sun come up on three days in a row. Took it in twice on the pier. Clean and well maintained public facility. Really lots of space to enjoy on the pier.
Beautiful pier stretching out into the Atlantic. The bait and tackle shop has souvenirs, some on clearance at a good price. Lots of fishing going on, and occasionally you see a dramatic catch. There are some picnic table around the restaurant and tackle shop, not...More
You do not need a fishing license to fish from our pier! You definitely need one if your going to surf fish from the beach...this time of year you definitely will catch a few sharks, maybe a bass, really there is no telling... More
You do not need a fishing license to fish from our pier! You definitely need one if your going to surf fish from the beach...this time of year you definitely will catch a few sharks, maybe a bass, really there is no telling what the Possibilities are... Google the pier and they will have that information on there site...I reside 100 yards from the pier.