Fishing

Cedar Hill State Park

Visit Cedar Hill State Park for the day or weekend. Fish the 7,500-acre Joe Pool Lake for largemouth black bass, crappie and catfish. We have two lighted fishing jetties and a perch pond for kids. We also have two four-lane boat ramps and lighted boat trailer parking. You do not need a fishing license to fish from shore or pier in a state park.

1570 West FM 1382, Cedar Hill, TX, 75104

972-291-3900

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Bachman Lake Fishing

Bachman Lake is a 205-acre city lake, located in northwest Dallas on the north side of Love Field Airport. Featured amenities include a 5k hike and bike trail (3.08 miles), picnic areas, a pavilion, boating, Bachman Recreation Center and indoor aquatic center. Predominant Fish Species include: Largemouth bass, Channel & blue catfish, White crappie and Sunfishes.

3500 W Northwest Hwy, Dallas, TX, 75220

214-670-1923

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Mountain Creek Lake Fishing

Mountain Creek Lake is a 943 acre regional park. The area includes a playground, picnic areas, a pool and soccer field. The area around the runway and western shore near the dam has enough structure to hold largemouth bass. White crappie are associated with any type of structure found in the lake. Catfish and white bass are attracted to the heated discharge canal on the eastern part of the lake near the dam.

3436 Florina Parkway, Dallas, TX, 75201

214-670-8281

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Palos Verdes Lake Park

.58 mile single loop trail. Activities include: Walking, Jogging, Hiking, In-Line Skating, Lake, Fountain, Fishing Piers.

4800 Olympia Drive, Mesquite, TX, 75149

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White Rock Lake Fishing

White Rock Lake is a 757.2 acre metropolitan park, established in 1929. Predominant Fish Species include: Channel catfish, Largemouth bass and White crappie. This lake has a 9.9-horsepower limit on boat motors; anglers may use electric trolling motors.

8300 Garland Road, Dallas, TX, 75201

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William Blair Jr. Park Fishing Pier

Head across the Rochester levee and wander 4.6 miles through 900 acres of rolling meadows dotted with small fishing ponds and picnic areas. Some portions of the park are heavily forested with towering pecan, bur oak, and bois d’arc trees.

3000 Rochester Street, Dallas, TX, 75215

214-670-4100

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