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Bluegill/Bream locations near Kingwood #13769868 11/14/20 03:46 AM
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Ahoy all ye anglers - I am looking for an arthrtic grandpa to take 6 and 16 yr old grandsons fishing from bank in the Kingwood area. Near to Humble for those not familar to Kingwood. Live near Lake Houston, however I am not aware of location(s) to fish from the bank. hmmm
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Re: Bluegill/Bream locations near Kingwood [Re: psalty] #13769890 11/14/20 04:04 AM
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Try using google to check out water bodies in that area. Google earth can show you bank areas and distances to the water from parking spots. Community ponds, and city parks that have lakes are usually bank friendly. Wish i could be of more help. If he was closer to me I have plenty of spots I would love to share. thumb


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Re: Bluegill/Bream locations near Kingwood [Re: psalty] #13770049 11/14/20 12:45 PM
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I have never fished in that area. I agree with Chuck on using Google to search out fishing spots. Also as he said, City parks with lakes are usually bank friendly. You could also see if any State Parks are in the area that have lake or river access.

Re: Bluegill/Bream locations near Kingwood [Re: psalty] #13770778 11/15/20 01:33 AM
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Thanks big time friends, I will be checking that out,. I was trying to jump the gun and see if there were known locations. There are few locations in some of the "parks" however the vandalism is quite prevalent whereby there needs to be someone looking out for the vehicles. Very unfortunate but that's the way culture has become. Wii keep searching. I recall Huntsville and Wolfcreek parks from years back and if possible will seek them out, however still looking for somewhere a little closer to home. We had a fair location on the San Jacinto River here in Kingwood, but Hurricane Harvey wiped it out to my knowledge may come back with humongous restoration, if ever. Also the "ponds here are prohibited to most public due to HOA's and golf courses.
Thanks for guidance. Any update on the lures Chuck?
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