Venice has five spectacular beaches, covering more than 17 miles. Each one is distinctive in its own way. Nature lovers and hunters of sharks’ teeth will love Caspersen Beach. Do you have kids or want to have a picnic? Brohard Beach and Service Club Park have tables and cookers. Families with dogs will enjoy Paw Park at Brohard Park. Surfers, fishermen, and all who enjoy a beautiful sunset will want to go to the south jetty at Humphris Park. Sarasota County’s oldest public beach is Nokomis Beach, which is family-oriented and great for fishing and group parties. Divers will love Venice Beach. A reef is located a quarter mile offshore, where the big sharks’ teeth are often found. Drive 20 minutes north to the No. 1-rated beach in the U.S., Siesta Key.
The Island of Venice provides an abundance of unique fishing opportunities since it is surrounded by water on all sides. Whether fishing inshore, near shore, offshore or from the beach, there are plenty of fish to be found. Fishing is a year-round sport; as the seasons change, so do the species of fish. No state fishing license is required to fish from the pier at Brohard Park.
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