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Thread: Fairmont Park Riverside.

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    Default Fairmont Park Riverside.

    Stopped by for a little bluegill fishing today with some red worms that I dug out of my backyard. I fished the little pond next to the golf course for only about a hour with just a few nibbles, but I watched this bird catch a bunch of them in a short amount of time.Click image for larger version. 

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    Hey Ted! That pond is the worst one for catching Bluegill, at least for me. Next time walk down a little past the Rose Garden on the big lake. (Lake Evans). We get Bluegill all through this area. That White bird is a Cattle Egret and man can they catch the fish! I love watching all the different water birds at the park. Great photos Ted!

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    Thanks Jeff I have never fished that little pond and just wanted to give it a try, its sure small and looks fishy . Hope your rotator cuffs get better soon pain is no fun.

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