Queen Isabella State Fishing Pier, South Padre Island

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TripAdvisor
  • relaxing and nice to walk there, Pier 19 is cool and ate at the restaurant that felt on a boat cause it shakes a bit...  more »
  • Overall it's a bit of an expensive visit but you're paying for convenience. You can print off your licenses or get a day pass, buy frozen bait roughly $5 a lb. for squid, shrimp (they had other option...  more »
  • I used to take my kids there when they were small. Very safe place to let the kids roam. There shade and at night they have flood lights. Staff is knowledgeable and friendly. Lots to see and eat with ...  more »
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  • Since the last time i went there (about 10 yrs ago), they have remodeled the place and pier. Its more family friendly, has more covered areas. They added a mini shop in the middle of the pier that sells snacks and tackle, which is very convenient instead of walking all the way back to the office.
  • Not at the pier at the restaurant next door food very expensive service very slow but delicious when it gets there
  • Parking is like musical chairs. Besides that this place is always crowded. The staff would not help set my fishing pole up, and employee was on their phone as he took care of us.
  • A great place for new anglers to start out fishing. The cost to fish on this pier is per rod and the price ,per rod, will vary depending on the time and day of the week. Night time fishing could be frustrating. This place is known for closing sometimes at 10:00PM. Calling ahead of time will save you the time and gas. Prices on merchandises are fair. They do sell bait.
  • If you like wasting your time, go here, but if you like fishing bring a boat, or rent one. A boat for you and your kids, not a boat with 15 tourists, otherwise youre wasting your time as well.