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Martin Lake

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Anyone been out lately?

wondering if anyone could tell me where the aerator is on Martin,,,, I like to keep my distance from them..

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It's in a small bay just left on the access.

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Hey.. Does anybody know what happend to the fish in Martin last summer? is there any fish left in there. Drove out there and nobody on lake is this a bad sign Or ???? Is it worth trying to fish for crappies anymore.... Just a few for a meal.

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The owner at Vados bait on 65 said some of his customers have been doing well out there... I was thinking of giving it a shot...

Used to be some decent crappies in there. Let me know if you get out there... Good Luck

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Is there any springs out there to worry about or is good to drive a half ton chevy out there????

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Springs are in the small bay to the left of the access.

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