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6 Spots to Cast a Line in Liberty County

A favorite summer pastime in Liberty County is finding the perfect spot to cast a line. Our inshore fishing yields flounder, sea trout and red drum, and our docks and piers are good places to find black drum and sheepshead! Want to visit some of these spots? We’ve gathered six of them for you. Check them out below, and don’t forget to bring your bait and tackle!

1) Sunbury Fishing Pier

3320 Ft. Morris Road, Midway

Sunbury Dock Fishing

Located in Sunbury, you’ll find a large pier for fishing and a public landing with direct access to our intracoastal waterway! It’s a great spot to relax, get beautiful coastal views and catch some fish! If you get tired of fishing or just don’t feel like cleaning and cooking what you catch, head over to the Sunbury Crab Company for fresh, local seafood.

2) Jones Creek Park

2059 Isle of Wight Road, Midway

Jones Creek Park Fishing

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This hidden gem on Isle of Wight in Midway includes a public ramp for small boats, a fishing area, playground and sheltered seating for twenty. Bring your kiddos, your whole family or just yourself to this picture-perfect spot to spend the day. We recommend that you stay until sunset because Jones Creek Park provides a clear and amazing view!

3) Bryant Commons

438 W. Oglethorpe Hwy., Hinesville

Bryant Commons Park

📸 Bryant Commons Park

Spend a leisurely day fishing in the pond at Bryant Commons, but be sure to put back what you catch. This pond is catch and release only! After you’ve finished fishing, take a walk or have a picnic under the shady oak trees draped in Spanish moss.

4) Riceboro Fishing Area

Hwy. 17 outside of the City of Riceboro

Riceboro Dock Fishing Bianca Croft

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The abandoned bridge on Hwy. 17 on the outskirts of Riceboro makes a great fishing pier. Located on Peacock Canal, there is a small pavilion with picnic tables, so you can take a break from fishing and enjoy a snack.

5) Riceboro Dock

On Interstate Paper Road in Riceboro off Hwy. 17.

Riceboro Pier and Boat Ramp

Located in Riceboro, you’ll find a boat ramp and a large fishing pier. It’s a little off the beaten path but well worth the find. Be sure to bring your sunscreen and a lawn chair to relax and enjoy your day!

6) Eve Park

234 Azalea Road, Midway

Eve Park Fishing

Nestled in a quiet spot at Halfmoon Marina on Colonels Island, you’ll find Eve Park. It’s a great spot to spend the day fishing while the kids play on the playground. Afterwards, y’all can enjoy lunch at the screened-in picnic tables. Eve Park makes a great spot to bring the entire family for a day on the coast!

Before you go fishing in Liberty County, make sure you’re properly licensed. Check the Georgia Department of National Resources website and click on the tab licenses and permits to help you stay on track. We also suggest that you check the tides before heading out to ensure that you get the best haul possible. Tides Near Me is a great app to use!

Get outdoors and #ExploreLiberty with your rod and reel, but be sure to bring plenty of bug spray, water and sunscreen! Most of these places don’t have a convenience store right around the corner, so you’ll want to be prepared.

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