Cedar Creek Lake Fishing Report For March 3




The lake is sitting at almost full pool, and you know what that means - dock shooting season is almost here. Right now, most of our Crappie are in a pre-spawn pattern and staging in creeks, hanging around bridges, deeper docks, and brush tops. As the weather warms, you'll find more and more fish on boat docks. Cedar Creek Lake has tons of docks, and an experienced angler can easily fill their limit during spring by simply shooting docks. However, you must bring your A-game, as with a full lake you'll have to be able to shoot your jig under some of the lowest docks to find the fish.

White bass are also starting to move into the creeks and can be caught on spinners or small swimbaits.

Catfish are biting on live and cut bait, while largemouth bass are biting jerkbaits and topwater lures.

Now is the time to get out and enjoy the great spring fishing Cedar Creek Lake has to offer! Our boats operate daily.




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Cedar Creek Lake Weather Forecast

Sunday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 93

Sunday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 75

Monday

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 91

Monday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 75

Tuesday

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 89

Tuesday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 75

Wednesday

Chance Rain Showers

Hi: 82

Wednesday Night

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 74


Cedar Creek Lake Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 6/16: 322.14 (+0.14)



Cedar Creek Lake

Fishing Report from TPWD (Jun. 12)

EXCELLENT. Slightly stained; 80 degrees; 0.28 feet above pool. Water is partially stained on the South end of the lake. North end of the lake is very murky and brown due to the heavy rains but is clearing up quickly with hot calmer days. Continue to watch for floating debris after heavy rains! Start early in the morning for hybrids and white bass at daylight. Start at the dam, the western and eastern shorelines of the lake in depths of 4-10 feet. Cast spinners and slabs and look for schooling fish close to seawalls and shorelines. After that fish any hump in depths of 8-17 feet throughout the lake to find fish stacked up in schools. Use spinnerbaits like a mepps#4 spinner or drop a slab down to the bottom and work it fast up and down and the fish will hit it immediately. Also throwing out a slab and reeling it back with a slow retrieve is also working well. The evening bite from 5-8 p.m. has also been very good. Hit up seawalls close to points in depths of 7-12 feet and cast rattle traps, spoons or sassy shads to get the Hybrids to bite.The crappie bite has been getting increasingly better. Now that the water is receding target crappie with small jigs in 5-12 feet under bridge pylons or under docks. Quick limits are being reported. Guides have been reporting exceptionally nice catches on sunny warmer days. Report by Brent Herbeck, Herbeck’s Lonestar Fishing Guide Service. Catfish are good on main lake humps and points in 16-30 feet on cut shad. Report by Jason Barber, Kings Creek Adventures.

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