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Where are some wheelchair-friendly places to fish in the Cape Fear region?

David Morrison
StarNews

Dan Johnson, a professor of Therapeutic Recreation at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, said Kure Beach Fishing Pier and Johnnie Mercer’s Fishing Pier at Wrightsville Beach are accessible. At one time, these locations housed specialized equipment for those who needed an assistive fishing device. As is true when visiting any point of interest, it is recommended that you call ahead to make sure the facility can best meet your needs. You can reach the Kure Beach Fishing Pier at (910) 458-5524. Johnnie Mercer’s Fishing Pier can be contacted at (910) 256-4469. Ask about fees for fishing or visiting the piers.

For a complete list of North Carolina piers by region, visit http://www.fishing-nc.com/nc-fishing-piers.php

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