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    Bobby
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    Anyone know the water temperature on lake marion? We have been coming down from ohio the past 4 years the first week of may and last year water temp was running mid to high 80's,I feel like a kid waiting for xmas lol hurry up i want to catch my presents. We fish hard for 7 days,catfish at night,jump in the bass boat when the sun peaks,then take a nap,crappie fish around noon then catch bait for more catfishing at night,it's awesome, I would be in serious trouble if i lived close to the lake lol, Thanks for everyone's fishing report it kepts my blood boiling!!


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    It was running in the mid 50's this past weekend. Didn't fish just working on the boat. Getting close to spawning time!


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    Bobby
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    It's hard to fish in ohio after fishing lake marion,nice feeling when that clicker goes off or the rod double that it might actually be one over 15pds lol those are hard to come by here,we have had decent success that last three years hope this will be a good year on marion,we might actually try moultrie some this year too.

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    Moultrie Saturday was 47 to 49.5

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    Bobby,
    You are right, Santee lake system is a special place to be. Also welcome to our USCA.

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    wonder how long before the shallow water bite will start.

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    It looked like the fish I marked last Saturday were staging in 20'-30' deep water all near 5'-10' shallow water. All fish I caught were in the 20-30' range. It seems like they are getting ready to make that move. I guess.


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