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Old March 25th, 2012, 07:19 PM   #1
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Fishing Near McDaniel?

Anyone know of any good public lakes or ponds near McDaniel College? I'm not looking for your honey-hole or secret spot, just a public area with good access from the shore (don't have a boat).
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Old March 25th, 2012, 07:21 PM   #2
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Maybe he doesn't want to know, ^^^^ but I would love to know where your honey-hole or secret spot for fishing is near McDaniel.


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Old March 25th, 2012, 07:46 PM   #3
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I guess it goes without saying, doesn't it!
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Old March 25th, 2012, 09:40 PM   #4
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The community pond where 140 merges into 97 north has fish and lots and lots of geese (if you have a bow with a silencer).

Mayberry gun club has a pond but I think you have to be a member.


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The pond at the Ag center right in the middle of Westminster has some pretty good bass fishing.


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Old March 25th, 2012, 11:24 PM   #7
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I need to get my fishin pole, I didnt know these ponds had any fish in them


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Prettyboy Reservoir or Liberty are heating up now. The bridge on Nicodemus Rd is a good spot and if that gets crowded there are plenty of shore spots at both reservoirs.
Russ is right about the Farm Museum/Ag Center Pond and they stock it with trout every year. The pond at Random House is not too bad either..


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LAKES AND PONDS

Bennett Cerf Pond (1 acre) - off MD Rt. 27 within Random House Industrial Park

Landon C. Burns/Farm Museum Pond (4.7 acres) - West of Rt. 32 near Center Street

North Carroll Community Pond (1.2 acres) - MD Rt. 30 at Manchester

Piney Run Reservoir (300 acres) - Martz Rd. off White Rock Rd. near Eldersburg

Westminster Community Pond (1.3 acres) - Rt. 140 at Rt. 97 near Westminster

Liberty Reservoir

Lake Hashawha (1 acre) - John Owings Rd. (Catch & Release/Artificial lures only)

This was from the Carroll County website.

Fishing in Maryland is another good resource to read. You can find it on most magazine racks.


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Old March 25th, 2012, 11:55 PM   #10
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theres a pond at roberts mill park in taneytown that gets stocked with trout every year in march. also has bass, catfish, and black crappie. its a 150 yard walk from the food lion parking lot to the waters edge.


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Here's my honey hole: Go to the end of Bollinger Mill road. There is a gate. Park on the left side. Go around the gate and follow the trail down to the right. a couple of hundred yards down on the left there are several trails to the water. Lots of fallen trees holding lots of big bass. Also, at the end of the trail, is where the old mill foundations are...at low water you can still see them. At high water the stripers can be huge out there. Some chicken livers wrapped in a piece of panty hose and tied on the end of the hook works well when used on a surf and tossed out in the deep water. Go to Reisters town bait and tackle. The guy has maps of the resevoir before it was damned. And great bait.


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Here's my honey hole: Go to the end of Bollinger Mill road. There is a gate. Park on the left side. Go around the gate and follow the trail down to the right. a couple of hundred yards down on the left there are several trails to the water. Lots of fallen trees holding lots of big bass. Also, at the end of the trail, is where the old mill foundations are...at low water you can still see them. At high water the stripers can be huge out there. Some chicken livers wrapped in a piece of panty hose and tied on the end of the hook works well when used on a surf and tossed out in the deep water. Go to Reisters town bait and tackle. The guy has maps of the resevoir before it was damned. And great bait.


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Here's my honey hole: Go to the end of Bollinger Mill road. There is a gate. Park on the left side. Go around the gate and follow the trail down to the right. a couple of hundred yards down on the left there are several trails to the water. Lots of fallen trees holding lots of big bass. Also, at the end of the trail, is where the old mill foundations are...at low water you can still see them. At high water the stripers can be huge out there. Some chicken livers wrapped in a piece of panty hose and tied on the end of the hook works well when used on a surf and tossed out in the deep water. Go to Reisters town bait and tackle. The guy has maps of the resevoir before it was damned. And great bait.
I thought Reisterstown Bait & Tackle (Doug) closed up shop a year or two back.


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