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Anyone Fish Lake Bonham? #13255631 08/21/19 10:26 PM
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Has anyone fished Lake Bonham - the 1,000 acre reservoir, not the lake at Bonham State Park? I want to scout it out this weekend and noticed that there’s a small ramp north of the dam that looks like it’s used by folks without trailers. The larger ramp is south of the dam and has a big parking lot for trailers.

Is the smaller ramp reasonably safe from vehicle break-ins or does it have a history?

I’d like to hear from anyone with experience at this lake. Thanks.

Re: Anyone Fish Lake Bonham? [Re: PlanoTom] #13260194 08/26/19 04:06 PM
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I've fished it several times, and used both ramps. I've used the smaller ramp less often and not had any issue. I am not aware of any bad history but it definitely is just at the end of a road through a neighborhood. Remember that lake requires a permit of its own.


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Re: Anyone Fish Lake Bonham? [Re: Reshelman] #13261602 08/27/19 06:35 PM
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Thanks for the feedback. I’ll probably launch a little later than I usually do and use the south ramp a couple of times and run by the north ramp on the way home to scope it out better.

I think that the launch permit is required for watercraft that are required to register with the state. Canoes, kayaks, and pedal boats are exempted.

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