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Summer Pond Fishing #13589853 06/10/20 04:23 PM
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I have a HOA pond I’ve been fishing in my neighborhood and doing fairly well. In the past few weeks I’ve caught two just shy of 7 and a bunch of 3-4s. However, since it’s started warming up a lot, it seems like the fish are farther between even early and late in the day. Should I start targeting bass in the deep water? Some areas get to 30ft where the creek channel runs through (spring fed pond also). I’m unsure if ponds develop a thermocline like lakes especially spring fed waters. I’ve heard bass don’t go deep in ponds but looking for suggestions. Most fish are coming between 8-14ft so far.

Re: Summer Pond Fishing [Re: dfwbassin] #13590113 06/10/20 07:46 PM
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i would night fish or topwater very early and late. they dont move much in the heat.

Re: Summer Pond Fishing [Re: dfwbassin] #13591764 06/11/20 10:35 PM
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Does the pond have a fountain to help keep it oxygenated? They may be slowing down due to lower oxygen levels.

Re: Summer Pond Fishing [Re: Curt0407] #13592338 06/12/20 01:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Curt0407
Does the pond have a fountain to help keep it oxygenated? They may be slowing down due to lower oxygen levels.

not a fountain, but we have 3 big aerators in the pond.

Re: Summer Pond Fishing [Re: dfwbassin] #13600986 06/19/20 04:54 PM
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As the temperature goes up the fish often shutdown during the day. Oxygen becomes an issue so I would try targeting the aerators. And the bass will move deeper. Early and late is the key.

Re: Summer Pond Fishing [Re: senko9S] #13604842 06/23/20 03:30 AM
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Originally Posted by senko9S
i would night fish or topwater very early and late. they dont move much in the heat.





Plus #1. Also what Barry Osborn aka Osbornfising stated! thumb


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Re: Summer Pond Fishing [Re: dfwbassin] #13677913 08/23/20 07:01 PM
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bouncy send map or gps co ord i will report to ya

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