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whats the real name of karls lake scott county? directions

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or what city is it in im trying to get directions thanks guys, where do you walk out from i have never been there and im thinkin of givin it a shot tomorrow thanks guys

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McMahon Lake. take 35 south to the county 70 exit and head west. when you get to the 4 way stop your almost there. Its on the right, most people access from the public access which is on cty 87, you can't miss it.

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Dont waste your time. Karls is burn out central.

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Dont waste your time. Karls is burn out central.


X2. There are still some fish to be caught but there has been tremendous pressure over the years on this little lake and it continues to receive heavy pressure even when it's fished out. So I would probably avoid it. Just my 2 cents.

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