Lake O' the Pines

Marion - Texas


  • 122 catches

  • 765 followers

  • 88 spots

An excellent lake for Largemouth Bass. A combination of dark-colored water and an average depth of 13 feet keep fish close to the surface. Nice size Crappie, redear sunfish and Bluegill. Channel cats too! A section of the Lake O' The Pines in Marion Co...

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Lake O' the Pines Fishing Reports

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  1. 16 in. White Crappie with a Jig

    1. cliff hall 0
      Two that day 😞
    2. just 1 that day cliff?
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  2. how has the fishing been on pines? im taking a trip down there this weekend and any advice would be helpful.

    1. Jackson OShea 0
      Yes we caught 15 on chatterbaits and swim jigs. No big ones
    2. Frank Canizaro 0
      Did u do any good I was guna go this weekend
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  3. Just throwing senko around and out of nowhere it hits hard

    4 lb. 8 oz. Largemouth Bass with a Gary Yamamoto Original Senko Worms

  4. Where's the best bank fishing ?

  5. 6 lb. 14 oz. Flathead Catfish

  6. 6 lb. 14 oz. Flathead Catfish

  7. 7 lb. Largemouth Bass with a chatter bait

    1. Ken Prine 0
      it was, fishing g the Lilly's on north end
    2. Don Adams 0
      That's a nice one Ken..Thanks for sharing
    3. Really nice bass Ken. Bet that was an explosion. LOL
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  8. Details: channel cat

    Had a good day catching channel cat with minnows

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