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Re: What are some nice creeks around frisco to wadefish for gills and sunfish? [Re: Lino_NTX] #13995130 05/12/21 08:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Lino_NTX
I absolutely agree my friend! I've pulled out more trash than fish on the Rowlett. Thanks for the info!

I'm relatively new to this forum so idk if this is against the rules, but if there is any interest in hitting the creeks together, let me know! The other creek I frequent on this side of Collin Co is Wilson Creek. It has a mud bottom so visibility is shot with any amount of rain, but on sunny, bluebird skies, it is a good creek!



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Re: What are some nice creeks around frisco to wadefish for gills and sunfish? [Re: banker-always fishing] #13996514 05/13/21 08:33 PM
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Thank you sir! I was a lurker for a while and learned a lot, so I'm excited to contribute now. Congrats on the 61k posts! Very impressive.

Re: What are some nice creeks around frisco to wadefish for gills and sunfish? [Re: danial S] #13997602 05/14/21 05:07 PM
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McKinney Town Lake is a good spot too, since you live in Mckinney....caught some good crappie there...!

Re: What are some nice creeks around frisco to wadefish for gills and sunfish? [Re: BigJoeTx1212] #13997613 05/14/21 05:15 PM
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Originally Posted by BigJoeTx1212
I use high vis line because I can see it easily when I need to tie a new knot, I can see what I'm doing in any light. Also when I am watching for a strike I can see to line twitch much better than clear line. Last thing I'd add is I'm older and it just makes fishing easier.

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Re: What are some nice creeks around frisco to wadefish for gills and sunfish? [Re: fishinlectrician] #13997634 05/14/21 05:24 PM
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I'll have to target crappie next time I go then! I've been skunked three times out there while targeting bass, trout, and bluegills. I didn't realize there were crappie in there.

Re: What are some nice creeks around frisco to wadefish for gills and sunfish? [Re: danial S] #13997641 05/14/21 05:28 PM
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I saw someone mentioned fishing Wilson Creek - where do you access? I'd like to fly fish it, but there may be too much overhead growth.


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Re: What are some nice creeks around frisco to wadefish for gills and sunfish? [Re: TexasZman] #14000925 05/17/21 05:56 PM
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Hey Zman, I access Wilson Creek right off of highway 380. There's a subdivision with a pond located next to the river. There is a paved trail that goes around the pond and will put you right by the creek. There's not a lot of space, but where the trail hits the creek is a nice deep hole. I've only seen a few folks out there so it doesn't seem to be pressured too much just yet.

For whatever it's worth, the pond is really shallow and I don't believe it holds many fish, if any. But, I only fished it maybe 30 mins since the creek interested me more.

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