Juno Beach Pier

(26.893245, -80.056170)

Hours of operation:

March 1st – October 31st: Monday – Sunday 30 minutes before sunrise – sunset

November 1st – February 28th: Sunday-Thursday 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. and Friday – Saturday 6 a.m. to midnight

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The Juno Beach Pier offers guests 990-feet of great saltwater fishing and wonderful opportunities to enjoy the scenic view. The full-service Pier House features a friendly guest services team, snack bar, gift store as well as a variety of fishing tackle, including rental poles and bait. The pier is located in Juno Beach Park, located at 14775 U.S. Highway 1, Juno Beach, Florida 33408.

  • Pier/fishing information: 561-855-6185
  • Daily beach conditions: 561-624-0065
  • Ocean Rescue Headquarters: 561-694-7480


The Juno Beach Pier House
offers something for anglers, sightseers, and beach goers alike. Our menu will continue to evolve based on guest feedback so please feel free to submit ideas for menu items.

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Admission Fees

Spectators – $1.00    Fishing – $4.00

Bait    Ice    Tackle    Fishing Poll Rentals


Frozen Bait – $4.00

Clams, Sand Fleas, Sardines, Shrimp and Squid

Bags of Ice – $2.50
10lb. Bag

Fishing tackle – $.50 – $7.50
Sinkers, swivels, assorted rigs and hooks, leader and monofilament line

Fishing pole rentals are available for $15.00/day

Food & Beverages

 

Beverages – $1.00    Powerade – $2.00    Juice Boxes – .50 cents

Coke, Diet Coke, Bottled Water, Sprite, Iced Tea, Lemonade and Root Beer

Ice Cream – $2.00 – $4.00
Good Humor, Popsicles, Magnum & Klondike

Snacks – $1.00    Slim Jim – .50 cents
Assorted Candy, Chips, Cookies, Crackers and Pretzels

Juno Beach Fishing Pier Update – February 15, 2014
Listen to Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s CEO, Jack Lighton discuss the center’s long standing relationship with the south Florida fishing community.

To listen to an audio
recording, Click Here>>

(8.08MB file, download times vary)


Letters of recommendation supporting LMC’s bid on The Juno Beach Fishing Pier
:
West Palm Beach Fishing Club
Marine Industries Association
Palm Beach Cultural Council
Jupiter Dive Center

Conservation at The Juno Beach Pier

RESPONSIBLE PIER INITIATIVE

The Responsible Pier Initiative is a first of its kind program in Florida and is designed as a collaborative tool to work directly with fishermen and fishing piers to promote a healthy pier environment for sea turtles and other marine life. The purpose of these efforts is to provide first-responders on fishing piers with the necessary resources to respond effectively to traumatic sea turtle injuries and strandings.

The Responsible Pier Initiative is comprised of the following three components:

1. Workshops for sea turtle stranding first-responders which provide action steps to follow in the event a sea turtle is accidentally hooked, becomes entangled, or strands on or around a fishing pier.

2. Educational signage is installed on fishing piers and provide information for fishermen and pier goers regarding the appropriate steps to follow in the event a sea turtle is accidentally hooked, becomes entangled, or strands on or around a fishing pier

3. Underwater cleaning beneath fishing piers and surrounding areas on a regular basis to remove potential threats to sea turtles, such as debris and monofilament line.

The Responsible Pier Initiative is an opportunity for us to open the lines of communication with the local/state-wide fishing community and work together to establish responsible pier environments. This initiative is a true compliment to LMC’s mission of promoting conservation of Florida’s coastal ecosystems with a special focus on threatened and endangered sea turtles.

The program was launched as a pilot program at the Juno Beach Fishing Pier in 2012 and we are already seeing positive results. Since the program inception, over 1,300 lbs. of debris has been removed from beneath the Juno Beach Fishing Pier and sea turtles are being rescued based on our established protocol.

For more information or to bring the program to a pier near you, email Tommy Cutt at tcutt@marinelife.org.