Update: December 3, 2017
We were able to find a fish provider in May of this year (2017) and stocked bluegill and catfish at that time; Yea! Because of the drought the past 5-7 years several fish stocking companies have either gone out of business, or are only stocking for their valued customers, but we believe that we have found a new source for fish for the future.
We were however, finally rewarded with some decent rainfall this winter and the fishing pond filled up enough and even ran over! The level has gone down some because of the soil being so dry from 5 years worth of demoralizing drought.
Imagine a lazy day spent with your son or daughter on the edges of Pinezanita’s fishing pond!
Many a memory has been created when father and daughter, or father and son have caught their first fish while fishing at Pinezanita RV Park and Campground. While Pinezanita is not a world-class fishing location, several generations of fishermen have created and enhanced family traditions along its edges. The pond is strictly for fishing (sorry, swimming is not allowed) and we keep the pond regularly stocked with blue gill and catfish. The pond covers about an acre and a half and is surrounded by trees. The color of the water is red like the clay soil that is rich in iron. The color has been greenish-red at times, but on the whole it is “muddy” colored and never clear due to the clay suspension in the water that never “settles out”. Several prime tent camping sites overlook the pond. Fishing is permitted with a small fee. Assorted tackle and bait can be found at Pinezanita’s Registration Office for catching even the shyest of fish. To assure a quality experience at the Fishing Pond, we require an adult to accompany children under 12 years of age. Pets are welcome as long as they are quiet and remain on a leash an out of the water.
Fishing Pond Fee
- $5 per day per person
- Daily Fishing Limits:
- one catfish 12” or over
- two blue gill 6” or over
- No boating.
- No swimming.
- No inner tubes.
- No night fishing.
- NO THROWING of any objects into the pond.
Children under the age of 12 years are NOT allowed near the lake without adult supervision.