Bridges In The Florida Keys

Here is a list of mile markers of some bridges in the Florida keys also some beach areas where you can fish.

Please note, you can fish from land in the Florida Keys as well as bridges, most times it can be done under the bridge or from State and City Park shores and areas that are not mark “do not trespass”.

More information here: http://www.keyshistory.org/MileMarkerChart.html

For Pictures of the bridges please visit my link at https://cudamanadventures.com/fishing-the-florida-key-bridges/florida-keys-bridges-in-pictures/

102.8 = John Pennekamp State Park entrance, oceanside.

92.6 = Harry Harris Park oceanside. You can fish from land here and go into the not so nice beach pool for a picnic.

91.0 = Tavernier Creek Bridge, if careful you can fish from land under the area of the bridge.

85.5 = Snake Creek Draw Bridge; Do not dear to fish here, LOL

84.0 = Whale Harbor Bridge. No fishing area.

81.2 = Worldwide Sportsman. You can get fishing tackle and bait here.

79.8 = Tea Table Relief Bridge. Papa Joe’s Marina, gulf side; Bud and Mary’s, ocean side. You might be able to fish from land by the footings if you are not loud and are with a person or two only.

79.1 = Tea Table Channel Bridge. You can fish from land in the nearby areas.

78.0 = Indian Key Bridge. Can no longer fish from here, only from land in the nearby areas. Great place to drop a kayak in the Florida Keys, there is a tiny beach here.

77.1 = Lignumvitae Bridge. You can fish from land in the nearby areas.

77.0 = Robbie’s Marina, They have a party boat (night time fishing on this party boat is best) and you can take your family to feed tarpon fish during the day.

74 = Sea Oats Beach. Very fishable, you can fish from land here and in the nearby areas. Think bonefish here.

73.4 = Anne’s Beach, Oceanside. Very fishable and very nice beach to spend a day. You can fish from land here and in the nearby areas. Public restrooms and fresh water shower head here.

72.8 = Apogee of Channel #2 bridge. Has Fishing Platforms. Great stop to catch bait.

71.4 = Apogee of Channel #5 bridge. Fishable

67.5 = Long Key State Park, Oceanside

65.8 = Long Key Bridge. Has fishing platforms

61.2 = Tom’s Harbor Cut Bridge. Has Fishing Platforms.

60.6 = Tom’s Harbor Channel Bridge. Has Fishing Platforms.

53.1 = Vaca Cut Bridge. You can fish under the bridge. A party boat leaves out of on of the docks near by.

47.0 = Begin/end of Seven Mile Bridge. Cannot fish from this end of the bridge.

40.0 = End/begin Seven Mile Bridge. Fishable and great stop to catch bait.

39.5 = Missouri-Little Duck Channel Bridge. UPDATE—Closed off March 2014–can’t fish here

39.0 = Ohio-Missouri Channel Bridge. Fishable and great stop to catch bait. UPDATE—Closed off March 2014–can’t fish here anymore

38.7 = Ohio- Bahia Honda Channel Bridge. UPDATE—Closed off March 2014–can’t fish here

36.0 = Bahia Honda Bridge (4-lanes) old railroad camelback bridge. Not fishable but take your camera out for some nice pictures of old decaying strucutres.

33.0 = Spanish Harbor Bridge west end. This potion cut away for good cross-section view and great stop to catch bait.

30.2 = Big Pine Key traffic stop light; Continue to No Name Pub, if you can find it. Bogie Channel Bridge (Old Wooden Fishing Bridge). No name bridge  is here.

29.3 = North Pine Channel Bridge

28.0 = Torch Channel Bridge

27.7 = Torch-Ramrod Channel Bridge

26.6 = South Pine Channel Bridge, east end of bridge, oceanside

26.0 = Niles Channel Bridge, middle. They shut this one down recently. On plans for reconstruction of fishing bridge. You can still fish from lands near by and from the footings of the bridge.

25.5 = East end of Niles bridge, ocean side.They shut this one down recently.On plans for reconstruction of fishing bridge.

23.5 = Kemp Channel Bridge,  east end of bridge, ocean side.

20.2 = Bow Channel Bridge to Sugarloaf Key.

18.8 = Park Channel Bridge

17.8 = North Harris Channel Bridge

17.6 = Harris Gap Channel Bridge

16.3 = Harris Channel Bridge

15.8 = Lower Sugarloaf Channel  Bridge. UPDATE—Closed off March 2014–can’t fish here

14.6 = Saddlebunch #2 Bridge

14.3 = Saddlebunch #3 Bridge

13.1 = Saddlebunch #4 Bridge

12.8 = Saddlebunch #5 Bridge

11.4 = Shark Channel Bridge

9.7 = Rockland Channel Bridge

4.1 = Cow Key Channel Bridge and bear right for

2.3 = Salt Run Bridge, N. Roosevelt, Key West

2 thoughts on “Bridges In The Florida Keys

  1. Herbert, Love the blog. Scoured every page. Would you mind emailing me? I have some questions related to lower keys bridges!
    Thanks!
    Davey B

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