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Old October 16th, 2018, 04:38 PM #31
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Is that the pond off patuxent road in Odenton? Thatís about 2 miles away from my house.
Yes, follow Piney Orchard from O-denton down past the river and through Woodwardville, it'll be on the right about another mile down.
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Any idea what they could expect to catch there? Iím guessing a typical night crawler and bobber would work?
Small largemouth bass and stunted sunfish, but great for keeping the kids entertained. Used to be a few rock bass (red eyes) in there too. A hook & bobber with a worm might be too big for many of them, although I have caught bass up to legal size in the past, with one or two in the 14-15" range. The larger bass were caught on unconventional bass lures (Pork-Os, streamer flies on a #8 rod), while people flayed the water with buzzbaits, spinners and plastic - they were pretty well educated.

I haven't fished it in years, and mainly did so because I was taking kids out. Used to be able to toss a piece of bread on the water and the 2"-4" bluegills would boil. If you use a very small (#10-12) hook and a small scrap of worm, they'll hook more and the bait will last longer.

I would think that by now, there would be a few snakeheads in there too.

Take bug spray (or Skin-So-Soft).
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Old October 16th, 2018, 04:59 PM #32
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Thanks for the advice Ed. And Iíve never heard of waterworks Park. Thanks for the heads up. Iíll check into that one too.
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