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Hardest part of Kayak fishing, finding some place close. #13550699 05/08/20 07:37 PM
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Here is a map screenshot of a place I think I found that should be an easy way into the water. Drove by it last week, it is on Wildlife Parkway next to Lonestar Park in GrandPrairie. Anyone else tried this area?

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I do not want a big lake I want secluded and this looks like a win. Opinions please. This was Lion Country Safari years and years ago.

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Re: Hardest part of Kayak fishing, finding some place close. [Re: Superduty] #13551134 05/09/20 02:32 AM
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Part of the point of kayak fishing is to not be somewhere close or easy.


Re: Hardest part of Kayak fishing, finding some place close. [Re: christian myrick] #13551570 05/09/20 02:53 PM
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Originally Posted by christian myrick
Part of the point of kayak fishing is to not be somewhere close or easy.


What?''''oh your opinion.

Thanks.....
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Re: Hardest part of Kayak fishing, finding some place close. [Re: Superduty] #13551583 05/09/20 03:08 PM
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i fished from the bank at Waggoner Park, last weekend.
Water is really clear There is a dam about 150 yards East of 161.
There was 1 guy in a Jeep, who drove down to the creek, otherwise its a decent walk.
There should be plenty of water to explore.

Re: Hardest part of Kayak fishing, finding some place close. [Re: butch sanders] #13551678 05/09/20 04:38 PM
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Originally Posted by butch sanders
i fished from the bank at Waggoner Park, last weekend.
Water is really clear There is a dam about 150 yards East of 161.
There was 1 guy in a Jeep, who drove down to the creek, otherwise its a decent walk.
There should be plenty of water to explore.


Thank you Sir.

Re: Hardest part of Kayak fishing, finding some place close. [Re: Superduty] #13552000 05/10/20 12:02 AM
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I've tried the ponds off wildlife a few times. Nothing great. Clear water.

Every time I went, somebody skeezy looking parked next to my Jeep and watched me.

I won't be going back.

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Re: Hardest part of Kayak fishing, finding some place close. [Re: Superduty] #13552448 05/10/20 03:55 PM
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park at the baseball fields
it is pretty safe

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