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Pier Name  Facilities County 
Dash Point Park Pier Parking ADA Access Restrooms Lights Rain Cover Railings Fish Cleaning Station  King
Des Moines Marina Pier Parking ADA Access Restrooms Lights Railings Fish Cleaning Station  King
Edmonds Pier Parking ADA Access Restrooms Lights Rain Cover Railings Fish Cleaning Station  Snohomish
Elliott Bay Fishing Pier at Terminal 86 Parking ADA Access Restrooms Lights Rain Cover Railings Fish Cleaning Station  King
John Wayne Marina Parking ADA Access Restrooms Lights Fish Cleaning Station  Clallam
Kayak Point County Park Pier Parking ADA Access Restrooms Railings Fish Cleaning Station  Snohomish
Les Davis Pier Parking ADA Access Restrooms Lights Rain Cover Railings Fish Cleaning Station  Pierce
Oak Harbor Marina Parking Restrooms Lights Fish Cleaning Station  Island
Point Defiance Marina Boathouse Parking  ADA Access  Restrooms  Lights  Rain Cover  Railings  Fish Cleaning Station  Pierce
Redondo Pier Parking ADA Access Restrooms Railings Fish Cleaning Station  King
Seacrest Park Pier Parking ADA Access Restrooms Lights Railings Fish Cleaning Station  King
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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.

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.