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Bank fishing in grapevine/colleyville area #9523410 11/29/13 11:04 PM
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anyone know of any good places to bank fish for crappie in the grapevine area or surrounding cities??

Re: Bank fishing in grapevine/colleyville area [Re: Blake Caffey] #9523858 11/30/13 02:17 AM
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Check the bank fishing forum bud. On Grapevine, the lake is so low that Marshall Creek is cut off so the fish will go deep. Can't access them from the bank unless you go at dark or sunrise and fish the coves around the marinas with a slip bobber from the bank.

All Colleyville neighborhood ponds have nice crappie and bass too. Especially Colleyville nature center and ponds off of Glade.

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Originally Posted By: Stucky76
Check the bank fishing forum bud. On Grapevine, the lake is so low that Marshall Creek is cut off so the fish will go deep. Can't access them from the bank unless you go at dark or sunrise and fish the coves around the marinas with a slip bobber from the bank.

All Colleyville neighborhood ponds have nice crappie and bass too. Especially Colleyville nature center and ponds off of Glade.


Which ponds off of Glade are you referring to?

Re: Bank fishing in grapevine/colleyville area [Re: Blake Caffey] #9524364 11/30/13 06:32 AM
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Originally Posted By: Blake Caffey
anyone know of any good places to bank fish for crappie in the grapevine area or surrounding cities??

Re: Bank fishing in grapevine/colleyville area [Re: Blake Caffey] #9524704 11/30/13 03:13 PM
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welcome to the forum ......

Re: Bank fishing in grapevine/colleyville area [Re: Steve_C] #9526093 12/01/13 02:53 AM
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Check the bank fishing forum bud. On Grapevine, the lake is so low that Marshall Creek is cut off so the fish will go deep. Can't access them from the bank unless you go at dark or sunrise and fish the coves around the marinas with a slip bobber from the bank.

All Colleyville neighborhood ponds have nice crappie and bass too. Especially Colleyville nature center and ponds off of Glade.


Which ponds off of Glade are you referring to?


Any of the neighborhood ponds man. Google Earth is your friend.

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