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#12492601 - 11/05/17 12:21 AM Re: Ponds in the Keller, Southlake, North Fort Worth Area [Re: TXSooner]
diesel_Power_House Offline

Registered: 04/10/15
Posts: 51
Loc: Mid cities, DFW
Chisholm park has a decent population of common carp in it. 20-25 lb range is the upper limit. But I catch them while cat fishing there. They will bite on cut hot dogs and night crawlers on a circle hook. It’s over in hurst.

The Bedford boys ranch just had a 100% renovation completed on its pond. Structure added, dredged, all fish and aquatic life taken out of it. They recently restocked it with LMB fingering (500 or so I believe). With plans to stock crappie, channel cats, perch, bluegills, and carp. I’ve also head the idea being tossed around to stock some crawfish as well.

Give it a year or 2 and give it a shot. Don’t think you’ll be disappointed.

#12544400 - 12/19/17 08:41 PM Re: Ponds in the Keller, Southlake, North Fort Worth Area [Re: TXSooner]
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Registered: 01/05/13
Posts: 812
Loc: Bedrock.
There are still large red crawdads in the Boys Ranch pond, they were in there way back in the 70’s. Saw lots of evidence this summer (large claws and body parts) along the creek that the night herons had caught. Guess they survived the renovation and should be good forage for the bass going forward. Now if we could just get them to keep the what used to be 500+ duck population down it will not turn into a filthy sludge pond again.

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