Morley’s Wharf Fishing Pier is located on the lower eastern shore of Virginia on Occohannock Creek.

The VMRC website describes this pier as

“The Morley’s wharf Fishing pier was completed in 1999. The project received $85,000 in VSRFDF grant funds. The pier extends 150-feet into Occohannock Creek and has a 50-foot l-head. The facility is totally handicapped accessible and is open 24 hours.

Morley’s Wharf fishing pier provides access to fish for spot, croaker, red drum, spotted trout, flounder, black drum, cobia, striped bass, tautog, gray trout, and other species. It is also a good area for recreational crabbing.

The Morley’s Wharf fishing pier and boat ramp is located on Occohannock Creek. From US 13 in Exmore take Rt. 183 (Occohannock Neck Road) towards Franktown. In Wardtown turn right on Rt. 606 (Morley’s Wharf Road). Ramp is located at the end of Morley’s Wharf Road.”

Check with local tackle shops or VMRC for fishing regulations.

Related Information

Virginia Fishing Piers

Pier Fishing Basics

Eastern Shore of Virginia