Hi Y'all, Jason Barber here with the kingscreekadventures.com fishing and lake report for Cedar Creek Lake. The lake level is at 3.68' low and the water temps are in the high 40' to low 50's and rising and the clarity is slightly stained to stained.
Crappie can be found kind of scattered out right now, There are some fish already in as little as 1' water on the upper end of the lake and there are fish in 35' on the south end. You should find some fish in between as well, so my advice is to experiment to find the fish. Try deeper docks, rocks and brush piles and if the fish don't cooperate head south and get in deep water 30+ and fish near dropoffs or cover. Jigs and minnows are good.
Catfish are really biting. Try shallow water with fresh cut bait on the north end and go deeper as you head south. Start looking in 5 to 15' on points and work out as deep as
35' as you go south.
Largemouth are making a surge into the shallows with the recent warm weather. Try the backs of the coves on the upper end of the lake and fish them all the way out to the mouth. Try spinnerbaits shallow and Jigs and plastics in 2 to 6' of water around any docks or other debris with any water on it.
The sandies are still in deep water. you can catch fish on plastics in 25 to 45' of water from mid lake south and start looking shallower on main lake points as you head north towards the spawning creeks. Try shad imitations in various colors in 3 to 10' of water. Thanks as always for reading my report. I hope this puts a few more fish in the boat for ya! Remember, I have boats in the water and would love your business...Give me a call @ 903-603-2047