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The Trinity? #14521261 10/31/22 04:44 PM
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New kayak angler here and I live in Denton.

Is the Trinity a feasible or decent fishery? I fish LLELA and have seen folks put in there with a yak, but not to fish.

Are there any sections of the trinity that are good fishing? If yes, put in and take out (where)?


Also, I prefer streams, anyone willing to share a favorite kayak float/fish within a couple of hours of DFW?


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Todd I fish the Trinity almost weekly. I go to the kayak launch off of Hebron pkwy in Lewisville. Mostly bass fishing but have been going for more cats. I do not always catch anything but I always have fun. Holler at me, I cannot tell you we will catch anything but I really like being out there.

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The trinity does have fish. Around denton is the greenbelt. I've never caught any big cats in that section. Do your research on the trinity because of the dams and log jams. Typically I feel like rivers and streams are best in the spring. Best for newer paddlers to keep a constantly changing view. Lakes will hold more fish.


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The Brazos River is much prettier. You can enter below Possum Kingdom dam or below the Lake Whitney dam. Use Google Maps.

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Originally Posted by jippedgenes
Todd I fish the Trinity almost weekly. I go to the kayak launch off of Hebron pkwy in Lewisville. Mostly bass fishing but have been going for more cats. I do not always catch anything but I always have fun. Holler at me, I cannot tell you we will catch anything but I really like being out there.


I will; my fall is kinda booked up with camping and a trip to the coast chasing my first redfish. Thx


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Originally Posted by christian myrick
The trinity does have fish. Around denton is the greenbelt. I've never caught any big cats in that section. Do your research on the trinity because of the dams and log jams. Typically I feel like rivers and streams are best in the spring. Best for newer paddlers to keep a constantly changing view. Lakes will hold more fish.

Originally Posted by PowerLizard
The Brazos River is much prettier. You can enter below Possum Kingdom dam or below the Lake Whitney dam. Use Google Maps.


Thanks - good stuff


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