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Re: Fishing IN College Station [Re: ryanfisher] #5420683
10/18/10 01:25 PM
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@314159265358, Thanks for the tip on Gabbard. Went with a guide this weekend to Fayette and caught 33 nice cats (2-7 lbs). But now I'm back home and back to reality with no boat.

Re: Fishing IN College Station [Re: Aggie2011] #12465273
10/14/17 01:35 PM
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Recently, I have been fishing at Gabbard park. Some say its bad for bass, but recently ive been catching some good ones there.

Re: Fishing IN College Station [Re: Aggie2011] #12541975
12/18/17 05:31 AM
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Fished the technology park ponds while waiting on my son to clear out of the dorms.

Caught 3 nice sized smallmouth and 1 cat on hooks with nightcrawlers in around 10 minutes.

Lots of fun and a great way to kill time.

Re: Fishing IN College Station [Re: Bubbler] #12549238
12/23/17 10:30 PM
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Smallmouth? Really? I'm about to move to College Station... That would be awesome if there really is a smallmouth pond!

Re: Fishing IN College Station [Re: Aggie2011] #12549724
12/24/17 12:25 PM
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Yep...there are a series of small interconnected ponds. Great way to kill time. As the guys say you have to go barbless.

Ponds are small but active

Re: Fishing IN College Station [Re: Aggie2011] #12554475
12/28/17 07:37 PM
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Anybody fish the pond in Bryan, between College and Finfeather?

Re: Fishing IN College Station [Re: Aggie2011] #12555608
12/29/17 03:30 PM
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The golf course pond? Or pond near Bombers field?

Re: Fishing IN College Station [Re: Aggie2011] #12555709
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The one just north of Bombers Field

Re: Fishing IN College Station [Re: Aggie2011] #12555798
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Yeah we used to yak it during summer months. Nothing big. 12-14” fish. A lot of fun

Re: Fishing IN College Station [Re: Aggie2011] #12556319
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Cool deal. I'll have to check it out.

Thanks!

Re: Fishing IN College Station [Re: Bubbler] #12561222
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Originally Posted By: Bubbler
Fished the technology park ponds while waiting on my son to clear out of the dorms.

Caught 3 nice sized smallmouth and 1 cat on hooks with nightcrawlers in around 10 minutes.

Lots of fun and a great way to kill time.


smallmouth bass?


It was a different world when we were boys and girls....
Re: Fishing IN College Station [Re: TXfisherman12] #12565449
01/05/18 06:34 PM
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Originally Posted By: TXfisherman12
Originally Posted By: Bubbler
Fished the technology park ponds while waiting on my son to clear out of the dorms.

Caught 3 nice sized smallmouth and 1 cat on hooks with nightcrawlers in around 10 minutes.

Lots of fun and a great way to kill time.


smallmouth bass?


I was thinking the same thing. Maybe he is referring to sunfish? I might go check out the ponds later today. Will post if I catch anything

Re: Fishing IN College Station [Re: Aggie2011] #12565646
01/05/18 10:16 PM
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Maybe a kinda hijack of the thread but we started dragboat racing on Lake Bryan back in 2000. I was on the setup crew that came in early and surveyed and setup the course. As we did we had to walk a lot of the bank to get our buoys and timing equipment in the right places. I noticed for several years that there were beds being created in the shallows and asked a TPWD warden about it. He told me they most likely were Tilapia. Never got a chance to try to fish for them but I’ve eaten quite a few from Fiesta or Kroger and they were pretty good. Just thinking there might be a fishery that is overlooked there. Or not?


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Re: Fishing IN College Station [Re: Aggie2011] #12575428
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The tilapia died back significantly at Lake Bryan a few years back due to several issues and I don't know if they recovered or not. The power plant was down during the winter doing repairs and the water temperature dropped to much for the tilapia to tolerate. But TPWD did stock 70K redfish a couple of years back. I haven't fished that lake recently so I'm not up on current events..


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Re: Fishing IN College Station [Re: texasfisherman1] #12665702
03/09/18 10:43 PM
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Just saw these posts. Technology park ponds? Does he mean research park? Because if so I thought those weren’t allowed to be fished?

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