| You will notice many public areas where you
can park right alongside the road and throw a line in, or even jump in
along the shore and
spearfish or snorkel for lobsters. No overnight camping is permitted,
although you may fish at night. The rip-rap alongside the highway can hold
lobsters and you might get lucky. Here again, if you are diving, use a
diving flag, even if you are just off the highway as boats may use these
waters as well. Yes, a fishing license is required.
With access both oceanside and bayside you are sure of finding a spot to
fish -fly fishing is very popular and you can catch a stray bonefish,
'cuda. Check out the ocean flats around MM 70 and Bay flats around MM 66,
although there are plenty of others. The state parks are also good for
public shoreline fishing, some have a nominal entry fee.