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Bassman

Lake Marion

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I was just wondering if anyone is getting anything out there? Thanks for any info.

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OVER RATED!!!!

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fishing etiquet zero. trash on the lake high.

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I have talked to abunch of my friends from the area, and they have all said the same thing, BAD!! I do not waste any time on that lake during the winter. But im sure you can find a few fish somewhere out there!!

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anyone having any luck on marion

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Was out a few days ago in the rain, caught a couple small eye's. Not much action!

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how many houses are out there. Sont they have a huge opening from the air rater

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The aerator isn't on.

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where is the areator?

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Just to the west of the point. Signs will be up marking it before it gets turned on. There are a lot of "iffy" spots out there so be careful, was out there monday evening and a house is threw on the north end.

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so the quesiton that i havce for you and everyone else. If the ice is so dam bad, why are people out there trying to move fish houses on it or whatever. I dont understand it. Makes ne since to me. Two houses fell in on howard few days ago, why not take the houses off, you know the rain was coming, and you know that the ice is not going tohold it. I just dont understand.

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I think its because people dont reall know how much it cost if your house fall throw. It cost thousands. Some of you guys need to really think befor u walk out on the ice. And ask yourself it that fish is really wirth it when u know the ice is bad???

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No its stupid. How do you now know that the ice is going to be bad. Think about it. It just done make any since to me.

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Word on the street is they were getting some really nice perch out there this weekend. 8 to 9 in

I wouldnt reall know because i hate that lake, but thought some other people wouldnt mine knowing!!!

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I don't like that lake either. 8-9 inches ain't nothing to brag about either but I suppose they'll over fish those too.

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Lets hope not:)

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yea im not brag... that lake does suck and over fished in still and under statement

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If you guys have such a problem with the lake then just stay off it. But quit B*tching

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LOL... We arent b*tchin we are stating the FACTS!!!!

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Alright...that'll do for this one.

I think we all know Marion's reputation and no need to dwell on it. The cold weather is almost here so it'll soon be time to go out and explore OTHER lakes.

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