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What a great club!

Date Posted: 11/1/2010
What a terrific membership group we have at Private Water Fishing. I have thought this from day one, when I bought the club almost one year ago and my feelings are constantly re-affirmed on a weekly basis. Those feelings have never been stronger than two weekends ago when 5 members, a members guest, Brian and I showed up for a work day at Grapeland Bennett Lake. Saturday October 23rd, "Chain-saw" David Burrow, Bryan "I love to fish" Durrett, Johnny "the painter" Gill, "Brisket" Bob Lundin, Dale "the working machine" Rhoads, Dan "let me tie another brush pile together" Stables, Brian…

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More East Texas Properties

Date Posted: 10/1/2010
We will be adding more east texas lakes 1 hour to 1.5 hours from Downtown Dallas within the next two weeks. This will bring our total to more than 10 new properties for the year!

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Weird Water

Date Posted: 10/1/2010
Some of you may wonder why some of the lakes are a rust color or appear to be dirty. This time of year when the water cools quickly (most lakes have dropped 15 degrees in water temperatures is the last 2-3 weeks) lakes can have a large vegatation die off, this can cause alot of  the water to discolor. This is normal. However, it can slow fishing. In most cases the lake will turn back to its normal color in a week or two. If you happen to catch a lake in this changing state, we are sorry, but you…

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Triple J Ranch - the boat is back!

Date Posted: 7/14/2010
We are happy to notify our members that Ferris Triple J Ranch again has an on site boat!  The boat is alluminum, 14 Feet and has bench seating.  There is a picture of it on Triple J's web page. Triple J Ranch has been an outstanding fishery this year and currently has no vegetation issues, even in these hot summer months.  Adding a club boat only sweetens the deal!   Contact the office to book your trip to Ferris Triple J Ranch.

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Adding habitat

Date Posted: 6/22/2010
We have been adding brush piles to several lakes this summer. Look for new habitat in Ferris Triple J, Weston SW Lake and Van Alystne Jermar Lake. We have added 4 trailer loads, to Weston SW lake and with the exception of a few all are marked by PVC or stakes. In other words it is easy to find the piles. Please note that JerMar and Triple J have also added more than a $1500 worth of Tilapia to these lakes to keep the bass fat and healthy. Weston SW lake is now on a feeding program for their bluegill.

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Big Bass Tournament Winners

Date Posted: 6/16/2010
Big Bass Contest   On the last weekend of the Tournament Bill Pease takes 1st place with this 7lb 5oz bass caught at San Saba Waco Creek. That puts Jon Waters in 2nd place at 7lb 3oz and Don Nichols takes 3rd with a 6 pound fish.   We had 29 members enter the contest this spring which was a total of $580.00 in entry fees.  So, Bill Pease walks with a $406 payout, Jon Waters takes $116, and Don Nichols collects $58.  The checks are in the mail fellas! Congratulations to the winners!  We would like to thank all…

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San Saba Waco Creek site requirement

Date Posted: 5/26/2010
The Waco Creek property in San Saba no longer has a trash service.  It is mandatory that you take any trash accumulated during your stay, with you when you leave.  That includes both the boat area and the lodge.

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New Lake

Date Posted: 5/4/2010
New lake 50 miles north of Downtown Dallas in Van Alystene. Only 25 minutes north of McKinney right off of 75! Check it out in our property description section. Be one of the first to fish this new property.

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Testimonials

Date Posted: 5/3/2010
I am looking for the testimonials from our members. Would you be willing to e-mail them to us? Some of the following questions or thoughts might help get you started: * Good times you have had on the water *Family moments *The peace/tranquility/solitude you get when fishing on a PRIVATE lake *The value the club offers *The quality and variety of lakes Please e-mail them to info@privatewaterfishing.com

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Fish Fry

Date Posted: 5/2/2010
We had a terriffic day during our second fish fry at Cleburne Six O Ranch this past Saturday. The weather was absoutley perfect with light winds, cloud cover, and 70 degrees. We removed 96 fish of 14" and smaller by 2:00 and with 5 people fishing after our last count. My guess is that we removed about 150 fish. We need to remove an additional 850 fish from this lake. While one of the goals was to remove fish, the other was to have a great time. Goal accomplished. We had 12 guests, Our guests were, Bill Pease and his sister Cheryl, John Harvey, Brian Akers,…

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