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Neighborhood fishin' headed to Tyler

Neighborhood fishin' headed to Tyler
Texas Parks and Wildlife
Wednesday, April 9, 2014 - 10:26am

Are you looking for a way to enjoy the outdoors without traveling miles and miles to get there? You can now catch a big one in Tyler!

Neighborhood Fishin' is an outing that every member of the family can enjoy. For Texans who live in urban areas, this program offers fishing opportunities close to home. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department works in partnership with local governments to stock channel catfish and rainbow trout in small neighborhood lakes. These fish are fun to catch, and they're stocked frequently in season, so there's nearly always a fresh supply of fish available to take your bait.

The designated fishing area is Woldert Park Pond, located at 501 W. 32nd Street down hill from the Glass Recreation Center. 

Catfish stocking begins April 25! 

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