Created By: Indian Rocks Beach Action 2000, Inc.
For many years fishing was a way of life in Indian Rocks Beach. Early settlers could depend on the bay waters to produce fish, crabs and scallops for their dinner table. By the early 1900s, ths part of the Narrows was dotted with bait shops and fish markets where fishermen sold their daily catch.
This marker is near the intracoastal waterway and provides a lovely view.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Indian Rocks Beach Historical Marker Tour