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By texanyaker
Anyone here do any kayak fishing in Fort Worth? I just got a yak and am hooked. Would welcome any tips or suggestions on areas to go. Or, would enjoy linking up with others to go out fishing. Thanks
By MKirby
I live in the Rhome Area just north of Ft Worth. i am open to fish in the evenings most of the days. I did hear yesterday from a fellow Yaker that the Trinity River hold some LUNKERS and I am planning on going there Monday morning to fish a bit. Today after work I am planning on going somewhere just not sure where yet... If you have a spot I would be interested in wetting a hook

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By gloryriver
I live in Fort Worth.
Not by choice .
But I know a few good spots .

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By MKirby

can you give us a spot that you can put your yak in? I can not recall the park I was told. any help would be great!

By 1911flyguy
I just got my first Yak lookin for other yakkers to link up with and maybe show me some spots, give me some pointers... I'm in Arlington
By Bradleto
Well, you just MUST make a trip down to Wheeler Branch in Glen Rose. It is about an hour away for most in FW. It doesn't allow boats with motors, just kayaks and canoes, etc. The water is deep and very clear with vision down to 10 to 15 feet on clear days. Deep, too, at around 80 feet near the dam. It is a small lake so you can explore the whole thing in less than a full day. I think the entry is $8 but very clean facilities, bathrooms, great security. It opens at 7 AM and closes with at dusk each day. Brad
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