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PostSubject: bream fishing help   Tue Feb 24, 2009 10:46 pm

My parents sre coming to dallas in a few weeks and my mother is asking for me to fry some bream,she just loves them and has not had any in years. My question is does anyone know of a place to go within 1 hour of dallas for me and my parents to go in my boat and catch some. i will be going in a small rv pulling my boat. I know about fairfield but i think it is to far for mom. Thanks for any help here wayne
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PostSubject: Re: bream fishing help   Wed Feb 25, 2009 12:00 pm

Thanks for the info
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Dan Gleason

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PostSubject: Re: bream fishing help   Sun Mar 08, 2009 8:09 am

White Rock lake use to be full of them, we would use a bobber ,trout hook with a corn kernel and nail um fill up a bucket
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PostSubject: Re: bream fishing help   Wed Jul 07, 2010 10:37 am

I know this post is quite a bit old but for the gillies here's where I go....

* Joe Pool (around the Cedar Hill State Park crappie house)

* Mill Creek in Canton (heck that's where I grew up!)

* Walnut Creek ... this comes out of the south end of Joe Pool and goes back towards Mansfield ... just walk the creek line and catch away!

* Tom Field Park (Farmers Branch) ... there a creek that runs from this park and goes all the way under I-35E and then under 635 ... you can walk all along this spot and catch TONS!!! I go to this park many times during the week and practice my fly casting and really enjoy the catching action. They aren't huge but catch a limit each day and you've got an excellent fish fry!!!

And check out my recipe for an interesting and delicious way to cook up those gillies!!!

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