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Thread: How's the fishing at Irvine and Mile Square Regional Parks?

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    Default How's the fishing at Irvine and Mile Square Regional Parks?

    Looking for additional places in the OC to drop a line or two. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by synaptik_1 View Post
    Looking for additional places in the OC to drop a line or two. Thanks
    Irvine Regional get's stocked with Catfish and Trout and has a decent Bass population in there. (But it's very small) MS is the same and much bigger and has 2 ponds. Both are worth giving them a try!

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    Quote Originally Posted by etucker1959 View Post
    Irvine Regional get's stocked with Catfish and Trout and has a decent Bass population in there. (But it's very small) MS is the same and much bigger and has 2 ponds. Both are worth giving them a try!
    Thanks for the feedback etucker, I'll definitely be hitting them!

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    Those are cool lakes, I prefer Craig Regional, Yorba Regional, and Carbon Canyon out of the OC Lakes & Parks. I would guess Mile Square is the most fished out of the bunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrHUBA View Post
    Those are cool lakes, I prefer Craig Regional, Yorba Regional, and Carbon Canyon out of the OC Lakes & Parks. I would guess Mile Square is the most fished out of the bunch.
    Good to know mrHUBA -- Thanks!

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    Mile Square just had an algae bloom. Dead today, no bites. Probably, want to wait a week on this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ANGLER-IN-TRAINING View Post
    Mile Square just had an algae bloom. Dead today, no bites. Probably, want to wait a week on this one.
    Will do ANGLER -- Thanks

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