Fishing in the upper and lower ponds on Trout Lane is open to dues paying Pike Trails property owners and their guests. When the Association has sufficient funds, the ponds are usually stocked with catchable trout in the spring. We urge those who are fishing to release their catch back into the ponds unless it is obvious the fish will not survive.

PTRIA Ponds are open to fishing to all dues-paying Pike Trails Ranches landowners and their guests.

Fish & Ponds News


This past weekend eight people showed up for a Pike Trails work day to help with a cable drag to remove weeds from the Trout Lane Lower Pond.  Those helping were Mark Acquista, Mike Bandera, Jeff Bjorlin, Mike Chew, Danny Cutler, Bob Erickson, Bill Jones, Robin Jones, and Jon Klima.  We were able to remove at lease 95% of the weeds.  The cable drag was on Saturday and five more of us returned on Sunday to do some cleanup work with the rake.  This has made a tremendous difference and the pond is now quite fishable.  Thanks everybody.

Weeds Before Raking
Weed Raking
Cable Drag - Weeds Around Cable at Pond Shore
Getting Set For Another Drag
Another Cable Drag
Bill throwing the Rake
Robin Throwing the Rake
Pond After Dragging & Raking
Bill Aiming His Rake Trow
Pond After Dragging & Raking



The fish are here.  Yesterday we stocked both Trout Lane ponds with 165# of beautiful Rainbow trout ranging in size from about 10″ to 18″.  Wow, wouldn’t it be fun to catch that big guy.  HAPPY FISHING.

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