5000 Pemberton Ln. The corner house. Phone number was 817-772-1712. The house was brand new and I was about 10 years old. The house was the very last house in "the colony". Which, at the time wasn't a city it was a Fox and Jacobs development. It had 400 houses. And a great pond.
About two years later, "the pond" was surrounded with houses. It was about three blocks north west of our house. I caught, at that time, a state youth record crappie there. I was catching fingerling catfish with hot dog chunks on a Shimano "FastCast" 50 sized spinner with a Shakespeare ugly stick. The crappie ate my catfish while I was reeling it in. Haha.
It was MY first crappie. And it was a good one. I used to load my dads bass buster onto a wagon and take it out to the pond. I pretended to be a bass tourney guy. I loved it. Used my Mongoose bike like it was a truck. Lol.
Sorry for not being much help. But, you got me going down memory lane.
Eat. Sleep. Fish.