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Florida Fish and Wildlife
    Conservation Commission

Fish and Wildlife
    Research Institute
100 Eighth Avenue SE
St. Petersburg, Florida 33701

Mote Marine Laboratory
Tropical Research Laboratory
24244 Overseas Hwy.
Summerland Key, FL 33042

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This project was funded in part by a grant awarded from Mote Marine Laboratory's Protect Our Reefs Grants Program, which is funded by proceeds from the sale of the Protect Our Reefs specialty license plate. Learn more at www.mote.org/4reef.

Additional funding for this project was obtained through the Federal Aid in Sport Fish Restoration Fund.
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This fishing pier/bridge was visited prior to the creation of the online Boating and Angling Guide to the Florida Keys, and the information provided is current as of the survey date. Some of the information may have changed since then. If you find that this information about the pier/bridge has changed or is incorrect, please let us know.

Pier Name: Old Seven Mile Bridge, West end
Address: US-1, MM 40 Map It
City: Marathon
County: Monroe
Managing Entity: Monroe County Public Works
Phone: Upper Keys - 305-852-7161, Lower Keys - 305-295-5193

Survey Date: October, 2010
Pier Structure: Concrete
Pier Deck: Concrete
Pier Condition: Good
Entrance Fee: No
Fishing License Provided: No
Bait and Tackle: No
Restrooms: No
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Picnic Area:
Monofilament Recycling: No
Fresh Water: No
Fish Cleaning Table: No
Parking: Yes
Hours: 24 hours

Comments: Parking for pier is shared with Little Duck Key Wayside Boat Ramp.

If you are out snorkeling, diving, fishing, paddling, or boating and see anything that may be unusual or out of the ordinary (including lionfish) in the waters around the Keys , please record the location, date, and time, and contact the Marine Ecosystem Event Response and Assessment (MEERA) project. They can be reached by phone (305-395-8730), e-mail, or online.

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