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How do I find a fishing pier?
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Use the map below to find information on a pier. Click on a number to view pier information. Search for piers by County using the drop-down on the right. Looking for specific facilities? Select the type of facilities you are looking for on the right.
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Puget Sound Public Fishing Piers Hoodsport Hatchery Handicap PlatformSuquamish Dock Dockton Park Pier Pleasant Harbor Clinton Fishing Pier (Clinton Ferry Dock) Kingston Public Pier Bremerton Marina Public Dock Port Orchard Marina Manchester Boat Dock Shilshole Marina Pier Port Angeles City Pier Drayton Harbor Park Pier (Port of Bellingham) Gooseberry Pt. Ferry Dock Boulevard Park Pier (Bellingham) Bellingham Cruise Terminal Anacortes Municipal Pier (Pier Closed) Friday Harbor Marina Docks La Conner Marina Docks Bowman's Bay Pier Cornet Bay Docks Oak Harbor Marina Oak Harbor Pier (Flintstone Park) Coupeville Pier Kayak Point County Park Pier Langley Marina (City Pier) John Wayne Marina Fort Worden Marine Science Center Dock Port Hudson Jetty Northwest Maritime Center/Wooden Boat Foundation Pier Port Townsend - City Dock Port Townsend - Union Wharf Everett - 10th Street Marine Park Pier Mukilteo Fishing Piers Edmonds Pier Hoodsport Pier Twanoh Park Pier Allyn Pier Luhr's Beach Dock Indianola Pier Brownsville Dock Silverdale Pier Shilshole Marina (A-Dock) Illahee City Pier Elliott Bay Fishing Pier at Terminal 86 Crystal Springs Public Fishing Pier Coal Dock (Lion's Community Park) Illahee State Park Pier Evergreen Park Boat Ramp Waterman Point Pier (Sinclair Inlet) Annapolis Dock (Retsil Pier) Blake Island State Park Pier Harper Pier (Yukon Harbor) Tramp Harbor Pier Seacrest Park Pier Spokane St. Bridge Des Moines Marina Pier Redondo Pier Dash Point Park Pier Point Defiance Boathouse Dock Les Davis Pier Old Town Dock Clyde Davidson Pier (Steilacoom) Fox Island Fishing Pier

BE RESPONSIBLE & COURTEOUS
Safe and responsible behavior is necessary on all piers. Please be aware, anglers are invited guests at many sites. Obey all rules and regulations at pier fishing sites.

CHECK LOCATION HOURS
Fishing piers are usually open from dawn to dusk and some allow night use. Check locally for fishing hours.

PIER UPDATES/ADDITIONS
Please use this form to submit pier updates or additions.

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RECREATIONAL SQUID FISHING
Market SquidFrom late May until February, adult squid can be found in almost all waters of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Puget Sound. Check the Squidfishing site to find out how to catch, clean and most importantly EAT these tasty shellfish.

KNOW THE REGULATIONS AND RULES
Before fishing or gathering unclassified invertebrates for bait, be sure and check the latest Fishing in Washington regulations pamphlet for open seasons, size, gear and species restrictions. Licenses and guides are also availalble at most sporting goods stores. It is your responsibility to obtain and observe all current regulations.

FISH CONSUMPTION ADVISORIES
The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) maintains a website of Washington State waterbodies with contaminant advisories. Make sure the fish you catch are safe to consume.

WHAT CAN I CATCH FROM A PIER?
Detailed information on the more commonly caught species when fishing from a pier in the Puget Sound.
 
These anglers at Kayak County Park are fishing an incoming high tide (a good choice for piers). They have geared up for perch. Using pile worms or sand shrimp threaded onto small hooks, they let their lines hang just off the bottom and wait for a nibble.