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zarboth

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go to google maps and go to division scroll until 190th ave now go up that street and behind cascade athletic club should be a couple of ponds on the map you think any have fish?
 
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What I do is find pond on google maps, make sure pond is not on private property, fish pond, if I catch fish I take a pic for the OFF peeps and let fish go, and only tell certain folk about pond not the main board. That's just me though. :D
 
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zarboth

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could you fish that pond and throw me a bone?
 
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What I do is find pond on google maps, make sure pond is not on private property, fish pond, if I catch fish I take a pic for the OFF peeps and let fish go, and only tell certain folk about pond not the main board. That's just me though. :D

Best way to do it! You and FP are some pond hounds.
 
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zarboth

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its in portland off of division bye gresham
 
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well im not exactly the best fishherman anyway soooo

Soooo start with the basics. Fish a worm on the bottom with no weight or under a bobber. While you're waiting for a bite look around for any fish activity. If you're targeting bass fish a rubber worm weedless. Fish it slow or fish it fast. Cast it under, along the side, or in front of trees or bushes along the bank. If there's logs in the water fish them too. There's a couple of basics for you. Let us know how you do.
 
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