Reply by: Killerfihser Posted: 4/11/2019 9:44:55 AM Points: 653
I don't know the pond personally and fished it half a dozen times with the kids but it's more of a community pond for dogs and ducks. What drew my attention to it was the white bass being stocked in there. If they put that much white bass in there I would assume you could accidentally catch one or two with a few visits.
Reply by: shiverfix Posted: 4/11/2019 10:07:15 AM Points: 3772
I was doing research on some ponds, and ended up with a lot of information about Redstone Park, which is why I asked to be the skipper, so I could update the information. Haven't had to do much with this pond, since no one ever submits updates. I probably should go out and make sure it still has water in it (:
My point being, it doesn't take much work to be a skipper, and it helps the site out a lot!
Reply by: Killerfihser Posted: 4/11/2019 10:16:52 AM Points: 653
I understand Shiverfix and I don't mind being a skipper but only for the right reasons. Most of the lakes, ponds, and reservoir that I frequent I would not mind being a skipper. When I do something, I'm the type to put all my effort into it so others can gain from it. I just don't frequent Boulder Ponds enough to commit to it. I share as much infor as can on the lakes, ponds, and reservoirs that I fish by doing a lake update. I'm not one to complain as well but misleading information is just not right imo, that's all.
Reply by: jshanko Posted: 4/11/2019 11:32:28 AM Points: 8610
Don't know for sure, perhaps they did not survive, it happens. FxR is a site for angler by anglers, skippers are a big part of keeping info up to date and correct. We all need to be involved to keep this a go to site for fishing information on lakes, or ponds, and streams. IMO