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View of Fishing Pier from Park Entrance Sign. Elongated view down the length of the fishing pier. Nassau Sound Bait and Tackle. Side view of the fishing pier, along with the adjoining sand dunes.
George Crady Bridge Fishing Pier State Park
Dedication ceremony photo in front of park entrance sign.

History and Culture

Located northeast of Jacksonville, this mile-long, pedestrian-only fishing bridge spans Nassau Sound providing access to one of the best fishing areas in Florida. Anglers catch a variety of fish, including whiting, jacks, drum and tarpon. The fishing bridge is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Large span of the pier over the Nassau River.

Fishing Pier

Located northeast of Jacksonville, this mile-long, pedestrian only fishing bridge spans Nassau Sound, providing access to one of the best fishing areas in Florida. This view shows the bridge section that spans the Nassau River from Big Talbot Island State Park.

View of the pier as it extends across the water.

Pier Meets the Water

View of fishing pier from Big Talbot Island State Park.

Picnic area near the park entrance sign.

Picnic Area

Enjoy a picnic lunch at the picnic area next to Nassau Sound Bait and Tackle.

Fishing pier filled with anglers enjoying the day.

Busy Fishing Pier

A busy day at the fishing pier. Anglers catch a variety of fish, including whiting, jacks, drum and tarpon.

View of the fishing pier.

View of the pier

Experience the view of the fishing pier from Nassau Sound Bait and Tackle.