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Pier

A man made structure extending from the shore against which vessels may lie to load or unload cargo.
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The Tin Fish, at the end of the 1,500-foot Imperial Beach Fishing Pier, offers what might be the definitive setting.
Nearly- two years after Massport's Board adopted a resolution committing the authority to maintain the Pier as a working commercial fishing pier, there is no operational ice house, basic repairs to the Pier have not been made, the majority of the fish processing businesses have yet to receive and sign acceptable long-term leases, and the future of the fish auction is unclear.
Two miles away at Buttenut Lake, a fishing pier juts into a beautiful 1300-acre lake where you can catch walleye, bass, bluegill, and perch.
After my time at the fishing pier, I wandered over to the challenge course, thinking that this finally could be the challenge I had anticipated.
Fortunately, few fish today contain that much pesticide ("Unless, of course, you happen to catch your white croaker off a fishing pier in the Los Angeles area," according to Richard Gossett of the Southern California Coastal Water Research Project).
The project includes a new shelter, playgrounds for ages 2 to 5 and ages 5 to 12, a fishing pier, boat dock extension, a wider biking/walking path and sensory garden.
One area, Key Biscayne, does have a bridge that is now used as a fishing pier plus long shorelines where fishing is allowed.
The City of Venice actually purchases the fishing license for Venice Fishing Pier, inviting everyone and anyone to fish from it for free.
Brooks Memorial Fishing Pier, named after the late Environmental Conservation Officer, recently became the latest addition to the lake's shore.