California Piers

California Piers Directory

California Fishing Piers are usually public piers that provide free fishing. There may be some private piers, though very few are on this list below. Signs will usually be posted as you enter a pier, describing the pier fishing regulations.  See more details on California fishing piers

Some piers have fishing pool limits and rules about where you can cut and clean your fish. Most piers maintain specific hours of operation.

The following is a list of California fishing piers

Antioch Oakley Regional Shoreline Pier
Avila Beach Pier
B Street Pier - Crescent City
Balboa Pier
Belmont Shores Pier
Berkeley Pier
Cabrillo Pier
Candlestick Point Park Pier
Capitola Wharf
Cayucos Pier
Citizen's Dock
Coronado Ferry Landing
Crystal Pier
Dana Point Harbor Fishing Pier
Dumbarton Pier
Elephant Rock Pier
Embarcadero
Fort Baker Pier
Fort Point Pier
Gaviota Pier
Goleta Pier
Green Pleasure Pier - Avalon
Huntington Beach Pier
Imperial Beach Pier
Manhattan Beach Pier
Morro Bay Pier
McNear Beach Fishing Pier
Newport Pier/McFadden Wharf
Ocean Beach Pier
Oceanside Pier
Oyster Point Pier
Pacifica Pier
Pier 7
Pismo Beach Pier
Point Arena Pier
Point Pinole Pier
Port Hueneme Pier
Port San Luis Pier (Harford Pier)
Port View Park Pier
Redondo Beach Pier
San Clemente Pier
San Francisco Municipal Pier
San Mateo Pier
San Simeon Pier
Santa Cruz Wharf
Santa Monica Pier
Seacliff State Beach Pier
Seal Beach Pier
Stearns Wharf/Santa Barbara
Shelter Island Pier
Trinidad Pier
Venice Fishing Pier


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