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    #9652 - 04/03/14 07:53 PM Neighborhood lakes in w pal beach  
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    bassbuster Offline
    Green Horn
    bassbuster  Offline
    Green Horn

    Joined: Mar 2014
    Posts: 4
    I am possibly moving to the west palm
    Beach area and wanted to know if anyone
    Had advice regarding the neighborhoods
    And the lakes that are good for fishing

    Any help would be appreciated

    Thx

    #9699 - 06/06/14 05:08 AM Re: Neighborhood lakes in w pal beach [Re: bassbuster]  
    Joined: Jun 2014
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    just_old_fisherman Offline
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    Green Horn

    Joined: Jun 2014
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    Brandon, Fl (soon)
    I have 2 grandson's that live in Valrico and have learned to bass fish very well in the retention/neighborhood ponds around Brandon/Valrico. Few if any don't have bass. They haven't managed a really large fish like you can get in many Fl lakes, but they enjoy it.



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