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Pirate's Fishing Pier, Port Isabel

4.3
#2 of 7 in Things to do in Port Isabel
Pier / Boardwalk Landmark
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  • We spent four hours on the pier fishing on a Wednesday. It was not crowded at all. We rented our rods and bought bait. We brought our own chairs and cooler with water in it. We did not catch anything ...  more »
  • A nice place to take a walk and take in the scenery. Kid got bored in twenty minutes. We didn't need more than that to walk the pier. We were there early in the morning. With a do over I would have go...  more »
  • We had fun walking the pier and watching folks fish. It was a great place to watch the sunset from too. The boards are well worn and uneven, so be careful.  more »
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  • I loved it here great fishing pier and enough personal space for your fishing! Cool fun here
  • Looked everywhere a dock or peir to fish. This is the spot! Really the only one. Other than that it is the jetti and shore fishing.
  • Great place for family's , awesome tackle shop. Reasonable place to have fun.
  • Cool spot but they are sticklers about people on the pier that don't fish. I understand everyone has to make their money, but their persistence made the start a little unpleasant. Cash only for the pole collateral is a hassle too. Beautiful fun spot to take the kids and drinks are accessible from the nearby restaurant.
  • Staff nice and friendly , location is very attractive due to having a mini balcony beach view right off the bridge , However it was not open when I went. Plates usually vary $20 each , But unfortunately I will not be returning unless it's for drinks... the food is bland and not tasteful at all! I was very disappointed and ended up just taking my food to go hoping maybe one of sinilings back at home would eat it since I would have hated it to go to waste , but even they didn't agree with it and it went straight to the trash !