Marion Reservoir Fishing Report near Hillsboro, Kansas

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Catfish

on January 30th

In the cooler weather months channel catfish can be caught on a variety of baits such as livers, stinkbait, and shrimp. Drifting and fishing with shad sides or small, whole shad has proven to be very productive. If fishing from shore try off of jetties or near any rocky or woody areas.


Marion Reservoir Fishing Tips

on November 5th

Marion Reservoir is filled with bass, walleye, crappie, and catfish. This lake is ranked 2nd in all of Kansas for catfish, so your chances to real in a big one are great. Go near the dam and use stink baits. For bass, go near brushy, rocky areas and use crankbaits. This lake is also one of the best places to fish for crappie. Try using jigs and go by shallow shaded areas. When fishing walleye, you can pretty much catch them in most areas of the lake. Use crankbaits or jigs to real in the big ones.


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