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Old 03-10-2017, 07:43 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone have any suggestions on a small pond that might hold some bullheads in the broomfield area Looking to take my son next week some time.
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Welcome to the forum.

Check out the Fishing Atlas https://ndismaps.nrel.colostate.edu/...p=FishingAtlas

That should help you see what species are in which bodies of water.

Good luck!
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Josh's Pond in Broomfield. Tons of bullheads, only thing I have ever caught there.
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Josh's Pond in Broomfield. Tons of bullheads, only thing I have ever caught there.
Probably good advice. I've also caught some small bass but that was several years ago...
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Did you end up trying this pond? I have just moved to the Broomfield area from the springs and I am looking for some good ponds. So far on my list of ponds to check out are Margaret's Pond and City Park Pond (both in Westminster).
Anyone know of any ponds that allow you to throw a float tube in?

Thanks!
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