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#11810858 - 09/03/16 01:53 PM Any reliable ponds - Flower Mound/Highland Village area ?
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Hello Folks

Any reliable ponds in Flower Mound or Highland Village area ?

Thank you !

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#11812338 - 09/04/16 07:45 PM Re: Any reliable ponds - Flower Mound/Highland Village area ? [Re: N4866b]
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Most are fished so hard pretty hard to catch much of anything. I prefer Murrel Park on Grapevine over any local ponds.

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#11812406 - 09/04/16 08:32 PM Re: Any reliable ponds - Flower Mound/Highland Village area ? [Re: N4866b]
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Several good ponds just ease of 35 on Round Grove Road---on both the north and south sides. Also, a couple east of 35 on Corporate. Drive around the whole area.

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#11812407 - 09/04/16 08:32 PM Re: Any reliable ponds - Flower Mound/Highland Village area ? [Re: N4866b]
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Several good ponds just ease of 35 on Round Grove Road---on both the north and south sides. Also, a couple east of 35 on Corporate. Drive around the whole area.

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#11812418 - 09/04/16 08:38 PM Re: Any reliable ponds - Flower Mound/Highland Village area ? [Re: N4866b]
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thanks guys !

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#11814210 - 09/06/16 06:44 AM Re: Any reliable ponds - Flower Mound/Highland Village area ? [Re: N4866b]
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railroad park in lewisville has a couple of ponds. i take my nephew to catch cats and crappie. I have caught up to 4# bass while he is tight lining.

there is a floating dock with brush too.

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#11820829 - 09/09/16 10:41 PM Re: Any reliable ponds - Flower Mound/Highland Village area ? [Re: jippedgenes]
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Where is this railroad park?
The ponds over off Hebron parkway are dead... I keep trying them with anything and nobody wants to bite my baits...
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#11820994 - 09/10/16 07:25 AM Re: Any reliable ponds - Flower Mound/Highland Village area ? [Re: N4866b]
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RR park is Lewisville.
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#11822657 - 09/11/16 09:27 AM Re: Any reliable ponds - Flower Mound/Highland Village area ? [Re: Mike Keenan]
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Originally Posted By: Mike Keenan
Where is this railroad park?
The ponds over off Hebron parkway are dead... I keep trying them with anything and nobody wants to bite my baits...


here ya go http://www.cityoflewisville.com/index.aspx?page=538

The yellow dots are where I have caught fish regularly. early in the morn or as it is getting dark they seem to roam the banks but the drainage tunnels almost always have fish around them. when the wind is howling from the south the far north corner of the pond is GREAT. also skip weightless plastics under the dock. I have sat there 2 hours and caught 7-8 fish. my buddy caught a 4 doing this. the small pond south of the long one is also good but I do not fish it much. the southwest side of it is real shallow and has reeds, never caught anything there in the summer but I am sure as the water cools it will be good.

Hope this helps ya.


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#11822750 - 09/11/16 10:19 AM Re: Any reliable ponds - Flower Mound/Highland Village area ? [Re: N4866b]
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Thanks! I'm going up to Denton to check their stocked lake and then swing by RR park afterward. Maybe check Hurst too.
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#11824034 - 09/12/16 12:17 AM Re: Any reliable ponds - Flower Mound/Highland Village area ? [Re: N4866b]
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Went to the dock on the east side of RR at dark. No bites but a lot of surface activity.

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#11824099 - 09/12/16 06:13 AM Re: Any reliable ponds - Flower Mound/Highland Village area ? [Re: N4866b]
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I checked out three places yesterday.

Denton, South Lakes Park. The lakes look great with several folks fishing the main lake on the northwest end closest to the parking lot. It's a hike from the parking lot to the bank.

Lewisville, Railroad Park. This is a huge very nice sports complex with a nice lake on the far east side. Once you find your way to the east side of the parking lot, you can park very close to a nice floating pier that looks pretty fishy. This is a newer lake with no real structure or grass in it so fishing might be spotty, all put and take. It is stocked with keeper size cats I hear. No one was fishing.

LL, the fishing barge. Nice big barge on a steep bank with close parking on a dirt lot. Folks were fishing it and it looks to have deep water under it. $8.00 for adult with one pole. Bait is available on site. It looks pretty fishy. FM 407 takes you right by the barge.
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#11824104 - 09/12/16 06:15 AM Re: Any reliable ponds - Flower Mound/Highland Village area ? [Re: sac9086]
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Originally Posted By: sac9086
Went to the dock on the east side of RR at dark. No bites but a lot of surface activity.


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