Fishing off the Florida Keys bridges is very popular for locals and visitors are well.  The bridges to
fish off of are the bridges that run almost parallel with the bridges for traffic.  These old bridges are
part of the Flagler Railroad and have been refurbished for fishing or walking.  On some bridges, it's
okay to even spend the night.

Most have parking areas for easy access and have clearly marked areas where you are not
allowed to fish.  This is usually where there is a boat channel underneath so that you won't
interfere with boaters.

Tide changes bring different schools of fish under the bridges so it's not unusual to catch a big fish
by fishing off the bridges and if you fish off the Florida Keys bridges, you don't need a fishing
license!  (that is, if you're a Florida resident!)
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Cast your lures upcurrent from
the bridge then let them sink to
the bottom and let water
movement sweep them back into
the shadow line and bridge
structure. Pick up the rodtip just
enough to make sure the lure
continues to bounce and tumble
along the bottom. Don’t rush the
lure, because big snook are lazy
and don’t like to chase after it.
They would rather have it come
to them.
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