Adrian Padilla, left, fishes with his son Joe, right, on Falcon Lake, June 8, 2011 in Zapata, Texas. Tourism dropped off sharply on the dammed section of the Rio Grande that straddles the Texas-Mexico... more 
Adrian Padilla, left, fishes with his son Joe, right, on Falcon Lake, June 8, 2011 in Zapata, Texas. Tourism dropped off sharply on the dammed section of the Rio Grande that straddles the Texas-Mexico border after Sept. 30, when an American jet-skier was presumably shot and killed by Mexican pirates. The Mexican side of the lake remains marred by drug violence which has even featured shootouts pitting reputed smugglers against the Mexico’s navy. But business is picking up in shoreline Texas towns like Zapata, whose economies rely on out-of-towners who like to fish. (AP Photo/Eric Gay) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Eric Gay
Sat, Jun 18, 2011 1:08 PM EDT