Central Park Pond

New York - New York


  • 9 catches

  • 95 followers

  • 4 spots

Shore fishing only

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Central Park Pond Fishing Reports

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  1. Details: 95th Street

    Rocks on the shore

  2. Nice fight on a 5 weight. only catch of the day though so a bit disappointing

    5 lb. 2 oz. 27 in. Common Carp with a Adams mayfly size 16

    1. Kris Kris 0
      wow, cool
    2. Aaron Smith 0
      Nice catch
    3. Ryan Palkon 0
      Looks like a mirror carp cool fish!
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  3. Details: Best bass spot in the park

    If you have been to Central Park pond you go to the bridge coming out of the rambles and the fenced off area for the boaters is full of decent large mouth it’s a ...more bit tricky to cast there but once you get the hang of it your just pull up bass every 5-10 casts be careful of raccoons and snapping turtles trying to grab your lure though

  4. Details: Willow tree

    Near the farthest corner of the pond near that gazebo that people get married at all the time under a willow tree on the path it can get a little crowded at times ...more so don’t expect to fish all day

  5. Just floated a piece of bagel over em and they suck it off the surface and set the hook

    9 oz. 27 in. Common Carp with a Bagels

  6. 4 lb. Channel Catfish with a Killie live

  7. 4 lb. 5 oz. Channel Catfish with a homemade

  8. 4 lb. 5 oz. Channel Catfish with a homemade

  9. Looking to see you soon!

    Largemouth Bass with a Stasheos custom jigs

    1. Bill Kruk 0
      6lbs
    2. Leu Fields 0
      How many pounds is it
    3. payton Frazier 0
      nice bass that's a big one
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  10. 30 lb. 40 in. Striped Bass with a stretch 25

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