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Ashton Park Pond

General Information

County: Osceola
Location:
Acres: 2.00
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Amenities

Amenities at Ashton Park Pond include:

    Fishing Report

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    Fishing Forecast

    Largemouth bass anglers will find good opportunities to catch angler acceptable size and larger fish; however, anglers are reminded to practice catch and release of this important predator fish. Persistence and patience will be in order for the Ashton Park Pond channel catfish angler. Dedicated anglers will continue to catch fish from the pond with catches comprised of angler acceptable size and larger fish being the norm; however, anglers will note the time between bites. (2014)


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