Great place to take a walk out and see the water up close if you have your fishing pole drop a line and enjoy a few hours of good fishing.
We didn't go here to fish, but we did like watching everyone there that was trying their luck. We probably saw 25 or so people fishing and not one person caught any fish while we were there. We just wanted to take a stroll out on the pier which was really nice. There are a few good photo ops, so... 更多
I always reserve some time to fish on the pier advertised as the longest fishing pier in Texas, and I've never been disappointed. You do need a Texas salt water fishing license to fish in the Gulf and off the pier, and the local convenience store co-located with the pier can supply you with a license----along with fishing gear, bait,... 更多
Really cool to be able to get so far out into the Laguna Madre ! Feels like you're on a vessel. Will return for sure ! Hit the "Quick-Stop" for your bait and tackle. Folks were very cool there !
We stay at the KOA and get passes to this pier. Without the pass, this place is a bit expensive at $9 per pole. The pier itself is great and we always do well fishing here.
great spot to fish and friendly staff lots of people,,,,,you can see dolphins and lots of crab.....I will go back again and I recommend it for everyone...
This is $9 a person with your own pole. There's a 50 cent rebate if you're a senior. There is not another one available at all in the area so if you want to fish-this is it. The staff was nice. They don't make any effort to clean up debris but do empty the garbage cans. The one chair restroom... 更多
Access is free, and they also have a picnic area, with BBQ's provided. (Bring your own briquettes). Pier has a snack bar, that sells snacks, beer, bait etc. We opted to buy a couple of beers from Pirates Landing on the way onto the pier, and walked along in the sun enjoying the water views, and talking with a couple... 更多