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Old 03-22-2013, 07:17 AM
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Default Re: Effective small pond fishing

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Originally Posted by nick k View Post
Just make sure you ask the golf course if you can fish their pond before you head out. Don't want to be in the paper next day: "Fortune 500 company owner arrested fishing for Koi at golf course."
hahaha, well, the golf course has since been converted into a business park. There are a number of business buildings there now but they left a lot of the golf cart trails and the ponds. I do not think Barney Fife will be out to get me. Of course, I wouldn't even know who to contact if I wanted to. I will simply have to plead ignorance and ask for forgiveness. But if you do see those headlines in the paper, well, you will know it is me!

I have a 9' 5# with floating line. The suggestions to add a nymph to a grasshopper or something is a great idea. I do not expect any really large fish out of either pond but it has to help me get better. And, as I read these responses, I should get valuable practice that will only make me better once I get to moving water.
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