Video Series: Fishing on the River Walk

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A family enjoying fishing on the Mission Reach segment of the San Antonio River Walk.

Last Updated on March 31, 2023

As part of our commitment to safe, clean, enjoyable creeks and rivers, the San Antonio River Authority (River Authority) offers free park programming throughout our four-county service district in an effort to promote our parks and trails and forge meaningful connections to area creeks and rivers.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the River Authority’s parks and trails have remained open, providing important recreational opportunities along the San Antonio River. Our Recreation and Park Programming staff has produced a video series to provide answers to their most popular recreation questions. Check out the series premiere featuring our recommendations for fishing on the San Antonio River Walk available in English and Spanish!

También ofrecemos el video en español como parte de nuestro esfuerzo para alcanzar a nuestra comunidad hispanohablante.

***In accordance to CDC guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic, mask wearing and social distancing are strongly encouraged while on the trails.***

Fishing on the San Antonio River Walk

Do you enjoy fishing on the San Antonio River? There are even more areas to enjoy this great pastime thanks to the San Antonio River Improvement Project! The expansion of the San Antonio River Walk has provided fishing enthusiasts with several urban locations to enjoy the day on the banks of the San Antonio River. Join our Recreation and Park Programming staff as they highlight ideal fishing spots along the San Antonio River Walk and gain expert advice on additional recreation benefits and ways you can help protect and preserve our river while fishing.

Pesca en el Paseo del Río de San Antonio

¿Te gusta pescar en el Río San Antonio? Gracias al Proyecto de Mejoras al Río San Antonio, ahora existen más áreas para disfrutar de este pasatiempo. La extensión del Paseo de Río ofrece a pescadores varias oportunidades de entretenimiento en las riberas urbanas del Río San Antonio. ¡Acompáñanos en un recorrido de lugares ideales para pescar a lo largo del Paseo del Río y recibe consejos expertos sobre beneficios recreativos adicionales y maneras para ayudar a proteger y preservar nuestro río al pescar!

***De acuerdo a las recomendaciones del Centro de Control de Enfermedades durante la pandemia COVID-19, se recomienda el uso de mascarillas y distanciamiento social al visitar nuestro parques y senderos.***

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