Where is best pay lake or place to fish?

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Heyheyhey

Corbin, KY

#1 Jun 27, 2010
We are looking for a good place to fish! We have no boat but sure love to fish!
here ya go

London, KY

#2 Jun 28, 2010
paradise paylake is to me the best place to fish there good people out there i fish there every week. me and my wife we told him about us never catching a big cat fish and he knows were good customers hes let us fish for free a couple times because of bad luck its a good place and good people run that lake i have been to just about every pay lake in London and paradise beats them all to me but there all good pay lakes dont get me wrong but its my preference. he stocks the catch and keep pond ever weekend and the big fish pond is filled with them. but its up to you here is there number

6068780146 its located down 229 probably about 8 or 9 miles outside of London city limits prices are catch and release $7.00 catch and keep is $7.00 for 5 fish

6068780146
Heyheyhey

Corbin, KY

#3 Jun 28, 2010
Thank you so much! We will have to try that!
No way

Ripley, TN

#4 Jun 28, 2010
Paradise Paylake? I would not pay to fish in the hole. We went and we lost more fishing stuff then we brought out... there is so much seaweed and rocks in that place you can't catch nothing but the bottom....And they feed their fish...
Pepsi Chick

Sheridan, AR

#5 Jun 28, 2010
I Like Going To TIM's Paylake In London .
Ron

London, KY

#6 Jun 28, 2010
TIM's Paylake ..Clean like a state park
Has a nice place to eat there.
The docks are really nice..
Family place...A place to go just to
get fresh air
here ya go

London, KY

#7 Jun 28, 2010
No way wrote:
Paradise Paylake? I would not pay to fish in the hole. We went and we lost more fishing stuff then we brought out... there is so much seaweed and rocks in that place you can't catch nothing but the bottom....And they feed their fish...
lmao they do not feed their fish, ya know i have been to tim's paylake and dogwoods springs and most of the other ones and the first fish i ever caught at a paylake was at paradise and i have fished paylakes since i was 14 im almost 21 now so that says something
Heyheyhey

Corbin, KY

#8 Jun 28, 2010
Where is Dogwoods?
No way

Ripley, TN

#9 Jun 28, 2010
here ya go wrote:
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lmao they do not feed their fish, ya know i have been to tim's paylake and dogwoods springs and most of the other ones and the first fish i ever caught at a paylake was at paradise and i have fished paylakes since i was 14 im almost 21 now so that says something
Yes they do feed their fish. Get your fact straight.
chumley

London, KY

#10 Jun 28, 2010
Tims paylake
water spout

London, KY

#11 Jun 29, 2010
Long John's..., Good fish !!
Hello

Chicago, IL

#12 Jun 29, 2010
Yes #11. You can always get a fish there. LOL. But it may be more expensive in the future because of the oil spills killing sea life.
fishing fool

Cynthiana, KY

#13 Jun 29, 2010
Okay, I'm sure that all paylake owners feed their fish. There isn't enough food for them naturally in a well stocked pond because of over population. This insures that the fish stay healthy and don't eat each other as often. Someone posted there is seaweed in a pond - I truly doubt there is seaweed. There might be some other kind of grass, but it didn't come from the sea.
Heyheyhey

Corbin, KY

#14 Jun 29, 2010
Funny! Thanks everyone! Anyone have any really good fishing advice?
dustin jackson

Manchester, KY

#15 Jun 30, 2010
Heyheyhey wrote:
Funny! Thanks everyone! Anyone have any really good fishing advice?
fishing advice... according to what you wont to know. and what your fishing for and the size.

by the way you all ever seen a catfish snag a rooster tail? thats some sh*t right there had that happen to me today bass fishing.

but for the advice big ones fish on the bottom.. blue channels like dead rotting things chicken livers homemade baits worms any red meats. they hit blue gill heads good sometimes to. flat heads like live bait a lot are full fish log perch seem to be working this year and had some good luck on Israeli Carp to.. use circle hooks to they help to preset the hook

on the catch and keep fish small ones witch are channels usually use thinks like chicken livers, worms, shrimp, homemade baits work on them to. catfish aren't really picky eaters. there scavengers.

make sure to set your drag when you first get there for the size of line you have to BIG NEED TO KNOW!!!

keep a eye on your poles cats like to drag them in if they dont have a clicker system are line release on them. i do believe there on nest right now to by the way. so they can be kindly hard to catch. witch they should be coming off of soon.

oh a cool little thing to know about catfish is they see in color during the day and black and white at night that's a cool little thing to know about them
Heyheyhey

Corbin, KY

#16 Jun 30, 2010
Awesome bites of info! Thanks you!
Melissa

Ashland, KY

#17 Jul 1, 2010
Heyheyhey wrote:
We are looking for a good place to fish! We have no boat but sure love to fish!
I have fished at Tims paylake ( kentuckypaylakes.com ) and I really like it there although I'm learning what all of the other people uses for catfish bait. They use chicken breast soaked in red cool aid or hot sauces and more. Try this and you might catch some. Their also using shrimp. You can buy some of this bait at the bait shop there. I hope that I have help you out some.
dustin jackson

London, KY

#18 Jul 1, 2010
i have a homemade recipe get 1 - 2 pounds of hamburger meat a box of Wheaties red coolaid 2 pouches per pound garlic powder mix it all up in a bowl set it out in the sun for a couple hours let it all souk up dont let it get really dry though just long enough to harden it to were it to were its like play do and will stick to your hook. some people will ad bear to it to are something like that but i dont think the pay lakes would like you throwing that into the lake but you can add a little stinky cheese to it to the more stink the better the bait
paylake fisher

Hueysville, KY

#19 May 7, 2011
wildcat paylake is a good paylake evertime i go there i catch 20 to thirty fish
angler

Manchester, KY

#20 May 8, 2011
i have fished at a few pay lakes in my day but not any more... most of the time at a paylake people there are rude and they want to cast right in other peoples area and that is very rude plus paylakes are for sorryasses.. some of the best fishing that ya can do is wade fishing i love to wade the rivers. the best fishing ive ever done in my life was on clinch river in tn, ive caught some good smallmouth bass out of that river for many years plus its good excercise for ya. hope this help's and happy fishing..

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