Scenic Highway Fishing

Reel in the Fishing Fun

Fishing in the scenic corridor dates back thousands of years to the first Native American residents, and it remains a vital part of life along the St. Johns River and its nearby waterways. In fact, these waters are vital spawning and nursery grounds for striped bass, mullet, redfish, shrimp, blue crab and more—ensuring you fishing fun just off the William Bartram Scenic & Historic Highway. A few locations for prime fishing action along the highway, include:

Alpine Groves Park

Alpine Groves Park contains 54.5 acres and is located in northwest St. Johns County between the St. Johns River and William Bartram Scenic and Historic Highway (SR13).

Directions to Alpine Groves Park

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Old Shands Bridge Pier

Nestled along the banks of the St. Johns River, the Old Shands Bridge Pier provides many unique angling opportunities for any angler. The pier is free and open to the general public, but please be sure to obey Florida's Freshwater Fishing License Regulations.

Directions to the Old Shands Bridge Pier

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Palmo Road Boat Ramp

CR 13 South of SR 16 1 Boat Ramp
GPS Lat: 29°58'01.66" | Long: 81°34'02.48"
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Trout Creek Park Boat Ramp

6795 Collier Rd, St. Augustine, FL 32092-2105
GPS Lat: 29°59'04.70" | Long: 81°33'48.37"
1 Boat Ramp
8 Grills
Restroom
Trash Can
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