I see that louisville has a host of fishing waters throughout the metro park system. I'm sure some of these waters aren't worth the time but I'm sure there are some worth their weight. I plan to bass fish the parks this spring and I have a kayak which I think will help expand my fishing to better areas within the pond/lake. Out of all these parks does anyone have any experience? I guess I'm just trying to narrow the list some so that I'm spending more time on better fishing waters. Cherokee Park Grinstead Drive and Lexington Road 4.6 acre lake with accessible pier Chickasaw Park Southwestern Parkway and Greenwood Avenue 1.6 acre lake Fisherman’s Park Old Heady Road near Hopewell Road 8 lakes, 15.2 acres total Iroquois Park New Cut Road and Kenwood Drive 1.1 acre lake Jefferson Memorial Forest Tom Wallace Lake, off Mitchell Hill Road 5.4 acre lake with accessible pier Long Run Park Flat Rock Road off Shelbyville Road 28.7 acre lake with boat ramp McNeely Lake Park Cooper Chapel Road off Preston Highway 46.2 acre lake with accessible pier and boat ramp William F. Miles Park Shelbyville Road and Miles Park Way 4 lakes, 5.5 acres total Thurman Hutchins Park River Road and Indian Hills Trail Accessible pier Charlie Vettiner Park Mary Dell Lane near Billtown Road 1.2 acre lake Watterson Park South Wheatfield Drive and March Boulevard 4.1 acre lake with accessible pier Waverly Park Arnoldtown Road and Clayton Terrace 5.3 acre lake with accessible peir I also plan to fish the river some for catfish and see that there are many parks listed on the riverfront list. Lastly, I wanna check out the falls, I hear there is some good fishing in that area when the water is flowing at the right level. Thanks for any advice.