Pack for a day of fishing, then drive north on A1A pass Little Talbot Island. The George Crady Bridge Fishing Pier is a mile-long, pedestrians only fishing park, located on the Duval/Nassau county border off A1A. The park is named for George Crady, a local Florida state representative and supporter of the Florida State Park system. As you cross the Nassau Sound on one bridge, you will notice the former bridge that was converted into a fishing pier. You will find a parking lot to unload and get started. A $2 fee gives you all-day access.
Take the time to meet other fisherman and map out your spot on the bridge. Once you have located your spot and got all set up, go for it. Fishing the Nassau Sound is a very popular spot for fishing. The regulars can be very helpful and filled with local fishing information.