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Thread: Pond in N Austin near Braker/Parmer

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    I'm pretty sure I've seen security kick people out for fishing behind Mimi's. That other more triangular pond I think is open game though. There that church lake in that area, I wouldn't be surprised if they all fed into each other. There's a small pond in Northwest Park, I swear I saw a guy pull a giant cat out of there one day about 4 yrs ago, but it's been dead except for minnows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BassBlaster View Post
    Is that a decent bank fishing lake? I'm boatless
    There's a walking path all the way around the lake and over the dam... you can fish all the way around. it's a decent place but can be tough at times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biggoof View Post
    I'm pretty sure I've seen security kick people out for fishing behind Mimi's. That other more triangular pond I think is open game though. There that church lake in that area, I wouldn't be surprised if they all fed into each other. There's a small pond in Northwest Park, I swear I saw a guy pull a giant cat out of there one day about 4 yrs ago, but it's been dead except for minnows.
    Damn, I think I'll stick to the triangle one then.

    Quote Originally Posted by seattleman1969 View Post
    There's a walking path all the way around the lake and over the dam... you can fish all the way around. it's a decent place but can be tough at times.
    thanks, thats exactly the kind of lake I'm looking for. Just hope it's not too tough

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    Quote Originally Posted by BassBlaster View Post
    thanks, thats exactly the kind of lake I'm looking for. Just hope it's not too tough
    Go EAAAARRRRLLLLYYYYYY or stay late. During the day it gets a lot of traffic, into the evening even.

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    Brushy Creek Lake Park isn't bad...I've caught a few good ones there. It's at Parmer and Brushy Creek Rd. (CR 174). Just watch out for snakes. I've had to smack more than a couple of cottonmouths with my pole when fishing from the bank.

    Park Profile: Brushy Creek Lake Park
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    Triangular one has mostly sunfish with occasional ~2lb bass. Not bad for close by.
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    Hyde Park Church Quarries is another option for bank fishing. I took my kids there this morning and we caught about 20 bluegills in about an hour. 5-6 or them were big enough for the frying pan. 4 in fact were very big gills. I drowned my iphone recently so no pics until I get a replacement.

    Today was only my second time to this location. Last time I was bass fishing and caught a nice 3.5 pounder on a rattlesnake in about an hour of fishing. They charge $25/year to fish out there. It's a nice place.

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    I fished Hyde park today from 1230-3pm today. Saw some big bass and lots of sunfish and baby bass. Fished a crawdad crank bait and watermelon rooster tail but couldn't get a bite. Water was super clear and it was ht as hell. Gonna try to get the canoe out there next weekend with some live bait

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    Compiled and updated a list of the ponds mentioned in this thread (posted in 1st post) and will continue to do so.

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    oh bass blaster, I checked that pond on dessau & applegate, its dried up a lot, still water, tons of turtles, lots of trees.
    Yea I love dem Strippers

 

 

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