The Town of Flower Mound has multiple ponds stocked with an assortment of fish species where residents are allowed to fish. Those ponds include: 

  • Amy Lane Park Pond, 4500 Amy Ln.
  • Cortadera Park Pond, 2000 Cortadera St.
  • Heritage Park Pond, 600 Spinks Rd.
  • Leonard and Helen Johns Park Pond, 1850 Timber Creek Rd.
  • Parker Square Park Pond, 1400 Cross Timbers Rd.
  • Post Oak Park Pond, 4751 Flower Mound Rd.
  • Rheudasil Park Pond, 2401 Lake Forest Blvd.
  • Spring Lake Park Pond, 4815 Windmill Ln.
  • Wilkerson Park Pond, Forest Vista Dr. north of Rheudasil Park.
Trout Fishing 2022-8

The Town does not require a permit to fish in park ponds; however, the state of Texas requires anyone 17 or older to have a fishing license. Licenses can be purchased at any local sporting goods store or online. For more information on license requirements, please visit Texas Parks and Wildlife website.

At Flower Mound ponds, anglers are allowed to keep what they catch, but state size and bag limits apply dependent on species of fish. Some of the known species that exist in these ponds include largemouth bass, channel catfish, bullhead catfish, bluegill, sunfish, and rainbow trout. For each of the species' size and bag limits from Texas Parks and Wildlife, please see the chart below.

SpeciesBag Limit Per Person Per DayMinimum Length
Bass518 inches
Catfish25 12 inches
Bluegill No LimitNo Limit
SunfishNo LimitNo Limit
Trout5No Limit

Twin Coves Park fishing

Twin Coves Park

Developed along the beautiful Lake Grapevine, Twin Coves Park offers a ton of lake activities and amenities, including a fishing pier and plenty of shoreline to fish from. It's home to many fish species, including multiple species of bass, catfish, and crappie. Lake Grapevine does have special regulations on some of the fish in its waters. 

Note: Fishing is not allowed on the courtesy dock at the boat ramp or the area around the boat ramp.