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Creek access & cross roads #13446225 02/21/20 03:17 AM
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OK, sooo I know this is a lot to ask, but where is a good access place to Rowlett Creek ? Any place as I will be driving a long way. I have been looking on google earth and its a very long creek, Thank for any help, Billy

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Billy, why would you drive all the way from Fort Worth to rowlett creek? Plenty of good creeks in Fort Worth. Plus RC isn’t all it is hyped up to be. Trust me



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Re: Creek access & cross roads [Re: craftsmanbm] #13446295 02/21/20 06:16 AM
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You can park at firewheel or Miller, that being said the fish aren’t really up the creek yet, at least not in numbers. I fish that creek about once a year just to say I went. There are a TON of much better places.

Re: Creek access & cross roads [Re: craftsmanbm] #13446325 02/21/20 12:17 PM
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Originally Posted by craftsmanbm
OK, sooo I know this is a lot to ask, but where is a good access place to Rowlett Creek ? Any place as I will be driving a long way. I have been looking on google earth and its a very long creek, Thank for any help, Billy


There are a bunch of creeks near ft worth that has a sandbass run. No need to drive all the way across the dfw. Unless you like combat fishing.

Re: Creek access & cross roads [Re: craftsmanbm] #13447686 02/22/20 03:48 PM
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Its a great creek. A ton of people when the run is full swing. If you want to come out. Do it and let us know how you do. I have parked on Miller in the past.

Re: Creek access & cross roads [Re: craftsmanbm] #13447690 02/22/20 03:55 PM
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I got a better question: Is there any place left to park and get legal access to Pecan Creek? Those new housing developments have really complicated a fairly simple issue. Help

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Originally Posted by Lovfldx
I got a better question: Is there any place left to park and get legal access to Pecan Creek? Those new housing developments have really complicated a fairly simple issue. Help


If there is, I hope no one posts it on here.

Re: Creek access & cross roads [Re: ZachW] #13448899 02/23/20 11:13 PM
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@Lovfldx I used to live in that neighborhood. Those people go nuts about people parking down there. There are no places you can park to access the creek legally from that neighborhood without trespassing. I haven't found a place to park and walk in nearby either.

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Re: Creek access & cross roads [Re: craftsmanbm] #13449705 02/24/20 04:16 PM
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Hey Rudy! The cops started handing out tickets there last spring. There is ample parking along the east side of that road and you can walk east across nobody’s property into the woods and take the trail back up, but the cops or tow truck would still show up. Some of us tried parking at the lot by the basketball court and walking over into the woods and around and it was still a problem. Outside of running a boat up and walking, I don’t know what to do either. How’s the night bite over by the Walgreens?

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Havent fished it much lately bassman. It should start to get hot now that they are on their way back from the creek. The bridges get pretty good in march. Been occupied with the lower end of lake in my little boat, and also monitoring the Elm Fork for the coming sandbass run.

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You can take uber


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Originally Posted by Bentman63
You can take uber


The issue is not the parking but the land between the road and creek from what I have heard.



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Re: Creek access & cross roads [Re: Lovfldx] #13450089 02/24/20 07:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Lovfldx
Havent fished it much lately bassman. It should start to get hot now that they are on their way back from the creek. The bridges get pretty good in march. Been occupied with the lower end of lake in my little boat, and also monitoring the Elm Fork for the coming sandbass run.


Good luck to you there. It’s nice either way

Re: Creek access & cross roads [Re: fishin'aholic2] #13450094 02/24/20 07:43 PM
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You can take uber


The issue is not the parking but the land between the road and creek from what I have heard.


That’s what they’re using yeah

Re: Creek access & cross roads [Re: craftsmanbm] #13450947 02/25/20 03:50 PM
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looks like to me people park at Woodland Basin Nature Center and walk. you can see the trail. There are a lot of trails along the creek. you have to find where to park and start walking or if you have a bike you can cover a lot more of the creek,
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