Cesar Chavez Park Pier Fishing

The Cesar Chavez Park Pier is a larger fishing pier than the others in San Diego, spanning several hundred feet and sitting in deeper water just north of the Coronado Bridge in San Diego’s Barrio Logan neighborhood.

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  • Because of its deep water access you’ll find almost all of San Diego Bay’s available fish species nearby, sans bonefish which stick to the southern end of the bay.

    Spotted bay bass will be particularly plentiful here, drawn the structure of the boat yard and the pilings of the pier itself. Also available will be halibut, barred sand bass, leopard sharks, bat rays, and shovelnose guitarfish.

    The pier is located in Cesar Chavez Park, which is open daily from 6:00 am to 10:30 pm. There are restrooms, picnic tables, bike paths, play equipment for children, and free parking available at the park.

    To visit Cesar Chavez Park Pier, head to 1449 Cesar E. Chavez Parkway, San Diego, CA.

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