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Abilene Fishing #10612197 02/12/15 02:52 AM
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Anybody know some descent bass fishing ponds in Abilene? Or just places where I can catch some fish? Not from there so any tips would be greatly appreciated!


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Re: Abilene Fishing [Re: Bradyfisherman4] #10615178 02/13/15 02:23 AM
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Dont know about bass but when I was a kid I use to catch the hell out of catfish at the pond by the Abilene Zoo..Might be bass in there too its a Big Pond..


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My dad used to enjoy fishing Fort Phantom Hill. The water level looks to be pretty low, but there may still be some decent fishing there.



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