Merry Pier

Merry Pier
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Address801 Pass a Grille Way
St. Petersburg, FL, US
Phone(727) 360-1400
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About Merry Pier

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The historic Merry Pier located in Pass-A-Grille, Florida, and is a world famous fishing and boating destination. Here, you’ll find a friendly store, boat excursions, a fresh fish market, and fabulous fishing. Common catches include flounder, snapper, snook, redfish, mackerel, and many others. Both live and frozen bait are available for sale. Rod, tackle and bicycle rentals and sales are available, too.  Drop in at the Fresh Fish Market for right-off-the-boat whole and filleted snapper, grouper, shrimp and more.

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By Seamus on 8/11/2018 11:36:18 AM • Views (460)
The dog days of summer have arrived and the fishing is outstanding. You may find mornings and evenings are your best bet as the afternoon heat can affect both fish and fishermen.   Bait is finally showing with decent schools … Continue reading →

By Seamus on 11/18/2017 4:11:21 PM • Views (1028)
NOVEMBER FISHING REPORT 2017: We’ve had the first few cold fronts come through and Fall patterns are in full effect. Flounder are showing up black drum have been biting well and snook are still hanging around. While there is … Continue reading →

By Seamus on 10/14/2017 8:31:19 PM • Views (608)
SEPTEMBER FISHING REPORT: Over the last couple months snapper have been the main target at Merry Pier. With a little luck a little patience and plenty of live shrimp it was easy for most anglers to catch their five fish … Continue reading →

By Seamus on 7/4/2017 5:46:26 AM • Views (801)
Summer is here! The days are hot and the fish are biting. Every year swarms of tasty mangrove snapper converge on Merry Pier and they are easy to catch (even for kids and beginner fisherman). A size 1 hook a … Continue reading →

By Seamus on 3/26/2017 2:21:44 PM • Views (581)
January 2017 Fishing Report    This time of year it’s all about the weather. When a cold front blows through expect strong north winds cold temperatures occasional rain and slower fishing. But the time between fronts can offer some spectacular … Cont...

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