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Pier 19 of South Padre Island

Padre Island Pier 19

Pier 19 of South Padre Island has a menu for everyone: Burgers and sandwiches, out of sight seafood, and unique chef specialties. Enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner over the water at Pier 19.

The entire pier has been dedicated to your dining and sightseeing pleasure. Located perfectly on the Laguna Madre between the Queen Isabella Causeway and the Brownsville Ship Channel creates a unique panorama for photography or viewing pleasure. Pelicans, dolphins, large ships, charter boats, parasailing, beautiful sunsets and much more can be viewed from the restaurant, boardwalk or Hooker’s bar at the end of our pier.

Padre Island Texas Pier 19

Pier 19 serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Specializing in “Local Wild Caught” seafood cooked to perfection...

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Padre Island Fishing Report 1/24/19

Padre Fishing Report

South Padre : Trout are good around the spoil islands, channel edges and color changes on DOA Shrimp. Black drum and redfish have been taken at the jetty

Port Isabel: Trout and redfish are fair to good at Gas Well Flats on soft plastics. Redfish are fair at Three Island on small topwaters and soft plastics under rattling corks.

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TPWD Seeking Input about Proposed Regulation Changes

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is encouraging the public to provide input about a slate of proposed changes in hunting and fishing regulations.

Each year, TPWD considers regulation changes to achieve resource-management objectives and maximize outdoor recreation opportunities consistent with good stewardship.

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TPWD Seeks Public Comment About Proposed Regulation Changes

he Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is considering altering hunting and fishing regulations that could increase opportunity and simplify rules.

TPWD staff briefed the Regulations Committee of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission Jan. 26, about a series of issues that could result in changes to hunting and fishing regulations next season. Each year, TPWD considers changes in hunting and fishing regulations to achieve resource management objectives and maximize outdoor recreation opportunities consistent with good stewardship.

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San Pedro Ranch Wins Range Management Award

The San Pedro Ranch owned by Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission Chairman Joseph Fitzsimons and his family has received the 2005 Outstanding Rangeland Stewardship Award from the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Assoc. and the Texas Section of the Society for Range Management.

The award was presented Oct. 6 at the TSSRM annual awards banquet at South Padre Island. This is the second year for this award, which was created “to recognize those who have demonstrated outstanding skill and knowledge in practicing sound management and care of rangeland resources.”

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2005 Birding Classic Reports Winners, Funds Habitat Projects padre island

A team that finished last nine years ago stormed back to win the weeklong competition in this year's 9th Annual Great Texas Birding Classic, which has announced a list of habitat conservation projects selected by winning teams.

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TPWD Passes Changes to Hunting, Fishing Regulations

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission has adopted a series of changes to state hunting and fishing regulations that offer greater harvest flexibility on lands managed for mule deer and prairie chickens, while simplifying and expanding hunting opportunity in other areas.

Based on the department’s popular Managed Lands Deer Permit program that provides incentives to individuals that conduct habitat improvement projects on their property for the benefit white-tailed deer, the commission approved similar opportunities for mule deer and prairie chickens.

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Experienced Anglers Sought for Coastal Fisheries Bay Team

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is looking for some skilled anglers to help catch spotted sea trout and flounder for its hatchery breeding program. Rough work, but someone’s got to do it, and TPWD is dangling some nice bait—one angler at each of four special tournaments coming up on the Texas coast will win a lifetime fishing license.

With the new Coastal Fisheries Bay Team program, TPWD is working with coastal conservation groups to recruit experienced folks who have the skill to handle fish so they arrive alive and well at the hatcheries.

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Trashing Padre Island Beaches Isn’t Cool!

The Texas General Land Office has been sending this message across the state for twenty-two years, and Texans have responded. Since the first cleanup in 1986, more than 382,000 Texas Adopt-A-Beach volunteers have picked up more than 7,300 tons of trash from the Texas coast.

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