The Yacht Club Fishing Pier measures 600 feet long by 12 feet wide from the shore to the south end of the T. The T is 209 feet by 19 feet from end to end. It was originally built in 1960, rebuilt in 1974 and dedicated in 1988.
After Hurricane Charley, extensive rehabilitation was conducted in 2006 and 2007, concrete reinforcing of the piles and plastic boards were added, new fish-cleaning stations were installed and several benches were placed strategically along the length of the pier.
Cape Coral Yacht Club has one of the most superlative fishing piers in Southwest Florida. Popular for its catches like catfish, stingrays, puffer fish and Spanish mackerel, tarpoon, Sheepshead, etc