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Lake: Boulder Ponds
Fish: White Bass

No White Bass in Boulder Ponds

Post By: Killerfihser      Posted: 4/11/2019 9:29:25 AM     Points: 964    
Not sure who's in charge of editing but there are no white bass in Boulder Ponds. This site is still advertising that there's white bass in there. Just saying.
 Reply by: shiverfix      Posted: Apr. 11, 9:37:55 AM     Points: 3441    
Looks like that one needs a lake skipper, and it sounds like you know the lake (:
 Reply by: Killerfihser      Posted: Apr. 11, 9:44:55 AM     Points: 964    
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: Apr. 11, 10:07:15 AM     Points: 3441    
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: Apr. 11, 10:16:52 AM     Points: 964    
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: Apr. 11, 11:32:28 AM     Points: 6604    
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