Ponds for Toon'in

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Is there any local ponds or low flowing areas to take a pontoon in the Salem area? Im bewildered on where to fish, too many places and dont know where to start.
 
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There are a few SMALL ponds at Molalla river state park, just across the ferry from you. The one with the little dock has blue gill, crappie, warm mouth, and a few largemouth. The one next to it has no fish that I know of. The next two are FULL of bluegill and warm mouth. Bank access is very limited due to heavy brush, but a toon would open them up nicely.
 
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thanks Adam, Ill give that place a try. A little smaller than what I was looking for, but none the less its a fishing hole.
 
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have heard of some pond water around St Paul area , My brother lives in Sherwood I had a heck of a time findin much promising water up there most were private, everyone seems to fish the rivers. A fishin bud said there are some really great lookin ponds by the Portland airport think Ive googled them up in the past. Good luck in your search.
 
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Went to Minto yesterday, it was a nice day and managed to pull this one out.
 
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Lets hope the rest of the week gets warmer and his buddies come out to play
 

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