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07-13-2011 07:54 AM #21
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.
07-13-2011 08:06 AM #22
07-13-2011 08:35 AM #23
07-15-2011 07:27 AM #24
07-15-2011 10:17 PM #25
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
07-15-2011 11:26 PM #26
Triangular one has mostly sunfish with occasional ~2lb bass. Not bad for close by.
07-16-2011 03:36 PM #27
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.
07-17-2011 02:51 PM #28
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
07-17-2011 03:42 PM #29
Compiled and updated a list of the ponds mentioned in this thread (posted in 1st post) and will continue to do so.
07-21-2011 09:19 PM #30
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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