By Kelli Nesbitt, Parks & Recreation Marketing Coordinator
Do you remember the day you first watched television? How about your best day playing video games?
You probably don’t recall much about those moments because they weren’t all that meaningful.
But if you enjoy fishing, you can easily recall details of the first time you reeled in a feisty bass or catfish. Create those timeless memories for your kids – or recreate them for your dad – this Father’s Day at one of the City of College Station’s fishing ponds:
Brothers Pond Park
3100 Rio Grande Blvd.
Amenities: shelter, barbecue pit, play unit, swings, paved trail, exercise station, basketball court, and backstop.
Cy Miller Park
2615 Texas Ave.
Amenities: shelter, barbecue pit, and paved trail.
1201 Dexter Drive
Amenities: shelter, barbecue pit, play unit, swings, paved trail, and backstop.
John Crompton Park
201 West Holleman Drive West
Amenities: restrooms, shelter, pavilion, barbecue pit, play unit, paved trail, and basketball court.
Stephen C. Beachy Central Park
1000 Krenek Tap Road
Amenities: pavilion, barbecue pit, play units, fishing pond, paved trail, exercise stations, basketball court, athletic field, softball field, batting cage, tennis court, sand volleyball, splash pad, and Fun for All Playground.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department stocks Central Park with catfish every two to four weeks through early November, except in the August heat. To reel in a colossal catfish, we recommend you use strong-smelling baits such as nightcrawlers, chicken livers, shrimp, stinkbait, or cut hot dogs.
Happy Father’s Day!
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