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North Dallas Pond Question #13764803 11/10/20 07:32 PM
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There is a pond located at Voss Rd and Park Grove Ln just north of Frankford Rd and west of the Tollway. There aren't any signs that say private property of a HOA or no fishing signs. Does anyone know if this pond is a community fishing pond or private property? Thanks for any info.

Re: North Dallas Pond Question [Re: BigJoeTx1212] #13764906 11/10/20 08:17 PM
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the way you can tell if it is public free fishing there will be a lot of cars an trucks there an folks lining up the banks yaks out there.

Re: North Dallas Pond Question [Re: BigJoeTx1212] #13764958 11/10/20 08:42 PM
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I've scouted it out before and there are signs that it is not public/city park and for use of residents only. You can't see them on google maps so they must have added them recently.

Re: North Dallas Pond Question [Re: BigJoeTx1212] #13764968 11/10/20 08:45 PM
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Kind of way I am asking. When I scouted it out there was nobody, no trash, no cars, really nothing. I parked and walked around a minute and some lady walking her dog ask me what I was doing. Usually you see a walmart bag and trash around if it's public fishing.

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Thanks CMac that explains why it was so clean. I must have missed the signs.

Re: North Dallas Pond Question [Re: BigJoeTx1212] #13765004 11/10/20 08:57 PM
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I saw them down at the dam right as you walk up.

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Re: North Dallas Pond Question [Re: BigJoeTx1212] #13765097 11/10/20 09:50 PM
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I've fished there. Caught some dinks and a really feisty bluegill.
It's really shallow, parts less than 1ft deep, and full of vegetation. One guy said the moss was so thick this summer they hired a company to dredge it.

Signs say it's not a public park and to pick up after your dog.

I don't plan on going back.

Re: North Dallas Pond Question [Re: BigJoeTx1212] #13767980 11/12/20 09:02 PM
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Don't bother trying to fish this place. It's extremely shallow, and except for some bluegill doesn't hold much fish. Like Lee said, it gets terribly overgrown in the summer too.

Not worth the effort.

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