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First time out on the pier. A lot of people were fishing and catching a few. All were very friendly. Easy to talk with.Only thing better would have been able to walk out with a beer in hand. But I understand the rules.Good time and...More
Bob hall is truly an iconic fishing pier that is always a must see. If your fishing, or just hanging out, it works. It's open 24/7 and is $3per person, 12 and under free. They even can rent you poles if you don't have your...More
This was pretty cool bra size it goes out into the ocean further than I had guessed. The kids enjoyed it and for all the people fishing from the dock and getting to see the different fish and sharks being caught from it.
This the only beach that was very crowded. You need to pay $ 2,00 to go in the pier area. We've never seen so many people fishing one next to each other so we just left. Took some pictures and moved to other beaches
Great Adventure, easy to follow all directions on highway. Beach is AMAZING. Also ventured off more into the homes for sightseeing. Weather a little cooler this day, so unfortunately, not a good day for Kayaking. Everything available for travelers to fish, Kayak and Eat some...More
Bob hall pier is a large fishing pier. There are beaches with shore parking on both sides as well as a restaurant at the pier.
Entry costs current are $3 per person and $4 per pole (limit 3 per person).
You can bring an ice...More
Nothing spectacular. You have to pay to go out and it’s really more a fishing pier than anything else. There’s a restaurant at the entrance with typical bar food at high prices which we didn’t partake of.
If you want to fish, I’m sure it’s...More
My teenage son was on a mission to take specific photos in specific places so off we went to the pier. The woman working on a mid-July summer evening was very sweet, talkative and helpful. Didn't catch her name but she was fun. Entering the...More