My first pier surf fishing trip was to this pier within the last three months. I got a 10' surf rod with a newell reel as a birthday gift and took it to this pier in an attempt to learn how to use it all and ended up landing a good size shark. I have been back several times since. It has its good nights and bad nights but the pier stays clean and well lit. It only gets real busy on the weekends but when they are biting it is the place to be with either a small trout rods under the lights or a big boy surf rod off the end. Great place to try for big reds, big sharks, sting rays, trout, or what ever you are looking for. I have even seen big tarpon caught since I have been going. I have tried other piers in the area of Galveston, Texas City, the pass, but this is the place to be if you want to get it done. The reds have been biting in the front of the pier as well as the big specs. Take shad, sand trout, mullet, or lady fish for bait. Keep checking your bait and show respect to those fishing around you.
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