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A constituent area of the Talbot Islands State Parks, the George Crady Bridge Fishing Pier is a one-mile pedestrian only concrete structure over the famous fishing areas of Jacksonville, Florida.

Accessible through the Amelia Island State park, this fishing pier is known as one of the best fishing areas in Florida?s northeast region. It is named after a Florida state representative and known supporter of the park system, George Crady. It spans the entire Nassau sound and carries a bait and tackle shop at the north end.

The other nearby state parks that comprise the local park system other than those already mentioned include Pumpkin Hill Creek Preserve, Fort George Island, Yellow Bluff Fort, Little Talbot Island, and Big Talbot Island state parks.
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