This neighborhood pond can be difficult to find, and lacks many of the amenities of the typical Woodlands pond. You will need to park down one of the sub-division streets and walk here(50-60 yards). For starters you can only fish about 20% of the pond as the remaining 80% is fenced off and considered private property. There does not seem to be much structure within this pond, though there are a number of overhanging trees. I picked up a small(6-8 inch) bass on a 6 inch green plastic worm about 3 feet offshore. I had a few other hits, one which was pretty strong all very close to shore on the same worm. Other than the small bass and a few hits, I was not seeing much until a few people came by and tossed about a 1/2 loaf of bread in the water. After about 10 minutes the bread was being attacked by bluegill and 3-4 nice sized catfish(see the pics above). It looks like there are some better fishing spots on the private property side of the pond as well.