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    Wilsonville Pond

    Whats in this pond? Has anyone fished here before?

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    I have fished it a few times, but have been pretty much unsuccessful. I know that there is bass in there along with trout and bluegills. The pond is usually really shallow, muddy and there is a lot of trash. Best of luck.
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    Where else can you fish around teh Wilsonvile area?

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    You got the Willamette and the Tualatin's not far away either.
    I really enjoy seeing the look on a fishes face the second it realizes how big of a mistake it made by biting my lure!

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    The Willamette and Tualatin would be nice if I had a boat, I guess I can float the toon down when it gets warmer.

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    There's bank access on both rivers. The Tualatin has lots of good access and the Willamette's got some too, right in town.
    I really enjoy seeing the look on a fishes face the second it realizes how big of a mistake it made by biting my lure!

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    There is a dock at memorial park that you can fish from. Usually us worms either drop shotting or live worms hanging on the bottom. During the late summer I was nailing them on chartruse strike king spinners with a willow blade.
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    Ill have to try both rivers when it gets warmer
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    Last June(2009) I pulled out a 6 pound catfish. A month later my father-in-law got one that looked to be around 4 to 5 pounds right at shore when his line broke. Unfortunately we weren't quick enough to jump on it so it's probably still in there. All we used was chicken liver, night fishing with a lighted bobber.


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    Whats in this pond? Has anyone fished here before?



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