I have fished that pier many times. It's a good place at times but can be very hard to figurre out. Fishing off this pier is always dependent on a good moving tide. When the tide is moving good you will catch a mixed bag but when it starts to slow you may as well go and take a nap cause the biting stops day and night. Once you learn the pier the Flounder fishing can be very good but you have to work for them. Croaker, Spot, Trout, Mullet and Bluefish are all there day and night but like I said it's all on the moving tide.
We are going to the campground also this weekend. The water temps are right but with all the fresh water in the bay it may be hit or miss but I got to get out of the house. I don't care if gas is over $4.00 a gallon.