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1st, I want to thank everyone in this site. For making me feel I'm not as obsessed as my wife and some of my nonfishing friends think. Also, for anscering questions when I have them. I caught my 1st warm water fish today. I got 2 largemouth bass, and 2 bluegills. It was so exciting catching the bass. Thank you andyrm66 for the location, and thanks 1eyered for the lure suggestion. If the weather is nice, I can't wait to get back out tomarrow! Hopefully next season I'll be giving people tips.  ;)
 

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Not at all, I would have never found the place w/o your post. It was at where you called the s*%$ ponds. Hey, and the smell wasn't bad yesturday.   :)   I think we went to the wrong pond though. I believe we were at willow, and I think you said Kingfisher was the best. (there was a sign w/ names @ one of the bridges). After going under the bridge, we turned left, followed the path, and fished the 1st path to the right. If thats not the one you said was best, let me know. You said the most west and clossest to the river. Looking at the map on the way out my wife thought the one opposite us, may have been the one you ment. Either way it worked out. Thanks again! I'll definatly be going back.
 
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Not at all, I would have never found the place w/o your post. It was at where you called the s*%$ ponds. Hey, and the smell wasn't bad yesturday.   :)   I think we went to the wrong pond though. I believe we were at willow, and I think you said Kingfisher was the best. (there was a sign w/ names @ one of the bridges). After going under the bridge, we turned left, followed the path, and fished the 1st path to the right. If thats not the one you said was best, let me know. You said the most west and clossest to the river. Looking at the map on the way out my wife thought the one opposite us, may have been the one you ment. Either way it worked out. Thanks again! I'll definatly be going back.
WHere is the post on the s&*t ponds? Where are they?
 

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there off of 88th and colorado you can also access them off of 80th and york in the thornton area last year my daughter caught 2 3pound roainbows there
 

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Eric, that's just what they were called in the post. They're in Longmont. Go back maybe 6 pages. Look for a post w/ "honeyholes" in the title. If you go to that post, andyrm66 even put a map in that you can log onto. Don't catch em all though, I need the practice.  :)
 

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Andy,

Where are the other two lakes you speek of ( Popular and Dragon Fly) I fish Pella a lot but not sure of the location of the other lakes.
 

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It's all in that post, LOL, I put maps in there so people could find them. Anyway, they are on the other side of 75th.
 
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