Get Outdoors: Fishing pier reopens in Daytona Beach

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Daytona Beach Fishing Pier (credit: Joe's Crab Shack)

Daytona Beach Fishing Pier (credit: Joe's Crab Shack)

Florida Vacation Guide to the Daytona Beach Fishing Pier

Since 2009, The Main Street Pier in Daytona Beach has been closed for renovations. The 88 year old pier is now open again and after a reported $10 million in renovations, it’s as good as new.

Go fish

Fish from 7am until 7pm on the ocean end of the pier, seven days a week. Anglers here catch snook, blue fish, tarpon, cobia, Spanish mackerel, flounder, trout, pompano, kingfish and even sailfish. Spend the day! Why not? There are restrooms and you can also buy something to eat at the pier.

Grab a bite at Joe’s Crab Shack

Visitors to the pier will be able to enjoy a seafood dinner at Joe’s Crab Shack. If you’re in your fishing gear, simply walk up to the window and place your order for some lemonade and a slice of pizza!

If you have time to sit and eat, you’re in for a delicious experience. Especially if you’re a seafood lover. We recommend asking for some extra napkins.

Joe’s Crab Shack offers steam pots, overflowing with lobster, potatoes, clams, corn, shrimp and crab. Order a platter of shrimp, a crab cake sandwich or a big, beefy burger. Stuffed snapper, cheesy chicken and big buckets of steaming hot crab. So much seafood, so little time!

Save room for dessert. The crabby apple crumble will hit the spot.

The restaurant is open every day at 11am.

Tell us…

What’s your favorite seafood dish?

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  • http://www.daytonabeachhotels.co *DaytonaBeachHotels.co:

    It has been three long years since renovation works started at Daytona fishing pier, and so after the reopening people deserve to have a good time to make up for the time that was lost without enjoying lovely moments at the pier. Well, fishing and delectable seafood will certainly make up for an enjoyable time.

    • Family Tripper

      Have you enjoyed a meal at the pier since its reopening?