Okaloosa Island Fishing Pier

Okaloosa Island Fishing Pier in Fort Walton Beach Florida
850-244-1023
1030 Miracle Strip Parkway
Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32548

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Activity: Fishing
Open Year Round: Yes
Food/Beverage: Yes
The original Okaloosa Island Fishing Pier was built in 1972 and extended 962 feet into the Gulf of Mexico. The current pier opened in 1998 and now goes out 1262 feet, which is almost 1/4 mile. An octagon at the end greatly increases the fishing area and lets anglers fight the big fish. Large fish are what we are famous for. You don't have to spend thousands of dollars and go way off shore to test your skills against some of the largest fish in the gulf. Tarpon weighing over 100 pounds, tuna, king mackerel, cobia, and dolphin are all ready to test your strength and abilities.
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