Some people know about this place and some shouldn't . Lake Ketona is really a quarry that flooded in the forties I believe . In 1950 it gave up the World Record bluegill . It is now 2011 and it's still down the road from my house. A friend and one of his buddies scuba dived in that hole in the eighties . They did'nt go back . The bottom never came in sight , it got very cold , and they saw a freshwater eel bigger than one's forearm . The fish they saw were huge but according to them the trip wasn't worth it . The average distance from bank to the water is about 30 feet , straight down . Average depth varies depending on who is telling you. The area is posted and may not be worth the risk of jailtime . Thus the 61 year old World Record Bluegill may stay here until someone is crazy enough to try. I will map it for that one crazy person , good luck .
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