North Carolina Fishing Piers

  • In 1996, there were 32 public fishing piers in North Carolina.
  • In 2001, there were 25 public fishing piers in North Carolina.
  • In 2009, there are only 20 piers, only 19 of which are open to anglers.
  • The northernmost pier is the Avalon Pier in Kill Devil Hills.
  • The southernmost pier is Sunset Pier, just east of Calabash.
  • Kure Beach Pier is the oldest, built in 1923.
  • As of 2009, there is 15,397 feet of pier access in North Carolina.
  • Every pier in North Carolina carries the Blanket Saltwater Fishing License.

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