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Surfside Fishing Pier Open?? #13998123 05/15/21 12:51 AM
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Planning a Surf/wadefishing trip next week. Looks like I might get blown out. Wave heights 3ft 10-15 SE winds. Wondering if the pier is open might go at night. Otherwise it's the jetties. Been quite awhile since I've been down there.

Re: Surfside Fishing Pier Open?? [Re: Popeye212] #13998360 05/15/21 03:41 AM
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I think the Surfside Beach pier you are referring to got washed away in a hurricane about a decade ago. You have to go to Galveston Island to find a fishing pier. The Surfside Beach/Freeport jetty is usually productive.

Re: Surfside Fishing Pier Open?? [Re: Popeye212] #13998593 05/15/21 02:02 PM
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Cool Thanks for sharing

Re: Surfside Fishing Pier Open?? [Re: Popeye212] #13998724 05/15/21 04:38 PM
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That's a shame they didn't rebuild had a lot of very productive nights there. I'll just have to check the tides may drive in to Galveston one night. Jetties daytime if surf proves to rough or back side of the pass.

Re: Surfside Fishing Pier Open?? [Re: Popeye212] #14001914 05/18/21 02:01 PM
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Yeah I remember fishing on that pier growing up, I was sad when it blew away, but man I'm sure the insurance and construction costs make that business never make sense, I'm sure.

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