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Joe Pool Lake #13561321 05/17/20 03:27 PM
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Anyone know of any good spots at joe pool lake that are accessible with children. Don’t need honey holes just general locations any info is appreciated thanks

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In the south side of the Stat Park is a perch pond.
Has wooden walkway great for kid fishing.

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Originally Posted by blooper961
In the south side of the Stat Park is a perch pond.
Has wooden walkway great for kid fishing.

With all the rain we have had this might be your best bet. There is also a concrete fishing pier within the State park near a boat ramp.

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Thanks guy what about if I’m trying to put them on some catfish maybe some bass if they will eat a worm. My son is 7.

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Originally Posted by FamilyFishing
Thanks guy what about if I’m trying to put them on some catfish maybe some bass if they will eat a worm. My son is 7.
Joe Pool lake is a tough lake for bank fishing most of the year. You might try the areas in Lynn Creek access is by the marina. Loyd Park has 2 creeks that feed into it and are probably VERY murky.

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