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I went with my son for awhile this afternoon to Salisbury Park in Parker. There's a lake in the back section that has bass in it. We caught a few on
twister tails and spinners. They are in the low to mid teen size range. It
will get better in a couple of weeks. I used to catch lots of bass there when
artificials could have salt on them. I'll just have to get better. It's nice to
have a place to fish that's 5 minutes from my house. I didn't know that lake
existed until about 4 years ago. So now you can't accuse me of not giving up
one of my secret places, but I won't give up someone else's.
 

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I bet you can still fish scented and salted plastics there. Its my understanding that you just can't fish them in places that were fly and lure only before. Mostly places like Quincy and Spinny.
 

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You should try out Bingham lake in the Pinery. There is a lot of bass there.  I caught 6 within  20 minutes by throwing Yazuri minnow immitations.

Is Salisbury park off of Parker Road? When I head south, there is a pretty good size area of water that you can see off in the distance to the west. I was wondered if the water was open to the public and fishable.  Do you know if the park allows boats?
 

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Salisbury can be seen off Parker Rd. but it is at the Equestrian Park off
Mostenbocker where the Town of Parker has their road maintainence equipment and where the baseball fields are. It is open to the public, but
not for boats. You probably wouldn't want to put your boat in there anyway.
What part of Bingham do you fish to catch bass. I know it pretty well from
walking the dog around it. Thanks!
 
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