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The Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier itself juts out into the Atlantic for nearly a quarter of a mile. The pier is wheel chair accessible and well lit at night; it also includes a concession and bait shop. If you'd like to drop a line in off the pier, there is a slight fee, but no fishing license is required; some fish that you might be able to catch are black drum, redfish, Spanish mackerel, bluefish, croakers and assorted bottom fish as well as the occasional king mackerel and tarpon.

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