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Spots Near the Woodlands #14114510 08/31/21 04:42 AM
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I stay at my girlfriend's place in the Woodlands a lot. Before dating her I was going all over chasing bass. Now I can't do much to get a fix, because it seems like there aren't many spots to go in the area. I know Lake Raven and Lake Conroe. I have looked at the rivers nearby and they are pure chocolate milk and high current. Are there any ponds, rivers, or small lakes within an hour of the Woodlands that I could put in a boat or kayak?


Just trying to catch em all.
Moritz Chevrolet - 9101 Camp Bowie W Blvd, Fort Worth, TX - Monte Coon (817) 696-2003
Re: Spots Near the Woodlands [Re: ford1213] #14114612 08/31/21 12:31 PM
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There is Lake Woodlands. You can have some good days and not so good days there. Never caught any monsters there but I suppose there are some in there. You can launch a big boat, but it is trolling motor only. Haven’t been there in a long time. They do have a good ramp there.
There is also Bear Branch if you have a kayak. It’s a little bit of a hike from the parking lot to the launch area so it’s best to have your kayak on some wheels. It can be decent too. I’ve never caught a monster there either but you can at least get a tug on the end of your line.
Good Luck


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Mike
Re: Spots Near the Woodlands [Re: Mike2718] #14115588 09/01/21 02:03 AM
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Bear Branch has a serious algae bloom going. Like anything you throw will come back covered in green brown slime. I guess the runoff from the rain brought in fertilizers. hopefully it clears up.


Just trying to catch em all.
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