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Open today: 12:00 a.m. - 11:59 p.m.
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One of my favorite pier's for fishing!

We fished here just after the July 4th holiday and had some success but that's just what fishing is... read more

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Chris S
Houston, Texas
Nice Day

We enjoyed our day fishing on the pier. It was clean and no alcohol is allowed on the pier. There... read more

Reviewed May 1, 2018
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Pirate's Landing Fishing Pier in Port Isabel, TX is located perfectly at the entrance to the Queen Isabella Causeway that leads to South Padre Island. You can't miss us... Just go to the Lighthouse in Port Isabel. Pirate's Pier is the longest pier...more
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501 E Maxan St, Port Isabel, TX 78578-4501
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Reviewed today

We fished here just after the July 4th holiday and had some success but that's just what fishing is all about; sometimes you catch and sometimes not. But the pier is well maintained and is so big that you don't feel like you are elbow...More

Thank Chris S
Reviewed 1 week ago

My kids and I went to fish for Father's Day. The place is well kept , but the fishing was not good. We caught throw away catfish and someone caught a crab. Not sure why the place is so bad for fishing. We did not...More

1  Thank 20BigAL14
Reviewed May 1, 2018 via mobile

We enjoyed our day fishing on the pier. It was clean and no alcohol is allowed on the pier. There is a restaurant and bar with a nice patio right there where you can enjoy a meal/drink after fishing or for a break. It was...More

Thank Brownbears4
Reviewed March 19, 2018 via mobile

We enjoyed the fishing pier, and bought bait here. Friendly and helpful guys. Pretty spot. Fun to watch others fishing and watch activities in the bay. Outdoor bar there was nice too

Thank Janet C
Reviewed March 7, 2018

In a small area there are enough interesting attractions to help one while away the better part of an afternoon. There are a couple of good restaurants, an ice cream shop, and the Port Isabel lighthouse/museum. Stretch your legs on the fishing pier or sit...More

1  Thank Sue E
Reviewed February 8, 2018 via mobile

We loved Pirate’s Landing. Atmosphere was very nice. Seafood was excellent. Service was good. Would go back again when we visit.

Thank LesleyBJ
Reviewed February 5, 2018

The wind was blowing very hard. Not very many people out there. Good fishing place. Just not a good time to visit.

1  Thank KGeorgianna
Reviewed January 22, 2018

The family and I went for a Nice walk and were here. We walked the pier and meet half a dozen or so locals fishing. All of them gladly shared what they were doing and how they did it. Grandchildren loved it! Loved seeing the...More

Thank Dpekms
Reviewed January 21, 2018

We were walking through all the gift stores & my Sweet Hubby wanted to walk the pier--so we asked if we could & the shop owner said sure. They have cute statues around for photo poses with all the pirates. It's a nice flat place...More

Thank sunsetwatcher1969
Reviewed January 2, 2018

The food is excellent. Prices and amount of serving for each dish is amazing. The service is fast and friendly. Deysi is the best waitress! She is so nice and helpful with menu selection. You just have to visit this restaurant and you will love...More

Thank Bren G
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Response from sunsetwatcher1969 | Reviewed this property |
Of course it all depends on you. When we were there in the Winter there was no charge to walk to pier. We walked through all the stores & saw a lot of neat stuff. Of course the food is going to quite a treat. Don't miss the... More