Bass ponds

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Bass5851
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Bass ponds

Postby Bass5851 » Wed Oct 25, 2017 7:17 pm

Does anybody know of any ponds that I can fish around Northern California?


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Re: Bass ponds

Postby Moleman » Wed Oct 25, 2017 8:38 pm

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Re: Bass ponds

Postby DDG » Wed Oct 25, 2017 9:04 pm

Moleman wrote:Google maps

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Re: Bass ponds

Postby Larry Hemphill » Wed Oct 25, 2017 9:35 pm

When I first moved to Yuba City in the late 70's, I heard about the Yuba Goldfields ponds, east of Marysville. I fished them for several years as I had never been around ponds - living in big cities like San Jose. You had to pay to fish them and you could buy a yearly pass. There was lots of ponds - I fished at least 30 of them. They were full of healthy, beautiful bass that have a slightly darker color than lake bass. Great topwater action!!! I always heard rumors of the 10 lb bass that were there but soon realize that most of those "10's" were 6 to 8 lb bass. As my guide service expanded, I didn't have time to fish the ponds anymore. I don't know if they are still open to the public. Maybe someone else knows. There are many great ponds in the Sierra foothills, but you need to know the owners.

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Re: Bass ponds

Postby surfk9 » Thu Oct 26, 2017 4:42 pm

Hey Bass 5851...similar to Larry Hemphill...in a time far far away I use to fish the gravel ponds around Oroville (circa 1973-75)...my cousin and I always caught fish...nothing huge but alot of fish with 3-4lb'ers a big one......of course I'm now 66 ...back in the daze i was in my early to mid 20's...but i would suspect those ponds are still there...Go Fish!!
be careful out there!!! HAVE FUN!!! Wear your PFD.....It could Save your Life

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Re: Bass ponds

Postby ash » Fri Oct 27, 2017 9:33 am

Other then Mather, which has some nice fish in it, i dont think youll get a lot of responses. I dont know of any ponds per se but the guys that do keep them under their lid cause of either sketchy ie trespass access or dont want to blow it out.

I have heard around the Auburn area there are a few, but Mather Field pond has been good to me in the past.


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