Great fishing if you like carp, gar and buffalo - like the guy in the preceding post that got hit by an ice cream truck
Carp, gar, buffalo and white trash!
Any fishing spot is "hot" for someone that knows how to fish.
They might as well come out and say: Lake Bridgeport great place to kill wildlife. It would bring just as many amoral people.
Lake Bridgeport is far from being a constant level lake so hopefully anyone new to fishing will watch out for sand bars when the lake level drops.Noticed an article about a group that wants to make the Trinity river from Lake Bridgeport to Eagle Mountain a eco-tourism river. Seems like they want to arrange for water to be released so they can paddle down it to see the eco landscape! Commissioner Burns is a part of this idea when he should know we need to keep ALL the water here to meet our needs just in case it stops raining! Perhaps the commissioner should be thinking about meeting our water needs since water is a big, big issue! Anyone who wants to paddle down the river can wait until the flood gates are open under the agreement we have now with Tarrant Regional.
10:33...I think you are getting them mixed up with PETA. By the way, do you think maybe somewhere along the way one of your ancestors clubbed some poor helpless animal to death so they could survive and in turn you could be born?
Well 11:24, if you want to use that logic then have you considered that your ancestors, somewhere along the line, night have killed a person? Or committed any crime? That does not justify the action even if it brings about a current situation.
Is killing an animal to survive a crime? If you had the choice of killing a rabbit, snake, dog, etc. to survive, legal or not, what would you choose? Death, I think not! Your analogy doesn't make since because you are not comparing apples to apples, I am talking about harvesting an animal to survive, you are talking about murder of humans...totally different thing. This is the thing that you animal nuts cannot seem to fathom, you see someone who hunts in the same light as Hitler.What is our current situation that you think is so dire? Is Bridgeport Lake in a quandary of due to overfishing or overhunting concerns? Conservation is the key and I certainly believe in treating animals in a humane manner, which sometimes entails harvesting them. This in no way means I think their shouldn't be laws against abuse/neglect.
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