A. Dee Rainville



My Photo Contributions

Relaxing pink sunset

5/31/2014

Watching the boat

5/31/2014

Clouds mirrored on lake

5/31/2014

Sunset

5/31/2014

Sunset from the pier

5/31/2014

Sunset 5/29/14

5/31/2014

Clouds on the water

5/31/2014

Sunset from Hidden Hills

5/31/2014

Watching the Sunset

5/31/2014

Evening over CCL

5/31/2014

Dark Clouds

5/31/2014

Lots of clouds

5/31/2014

Mirrored scene

5/31/2014

Calm Waters

5/31/2014

Rays from the sky

5/31/2014

Water walking

5/31/2014

Awesome clouds with sunset

5/31/2014

Winter sunset

5/31/2014

Sunset over pier

5/31/2014

Water is a little low :(

5/29/2014

Pier

5/29/2014

Leisurely play

5/29/2014

Water fun

5/29/2014

Boathouse

5/29/2014

198 Bridge looking west

5/29/2014

Near Caney City

5/29/2014

Sunset from 198 bridge

5/29/2014

Sun starting to set

5/29/2014

Looking west from 198

5/29/2014

Rainbow from 198

5/2/2014

Sunset from 198

5/2/2014

Sunset view from porch

5/2/2014

View of lake from the porch

5/2/2014

3/2/14 north side of lake in Mabank

5/2/2014

Sunset from 198

5/2/2014


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Cedar Creek Lake Weather Forecast

Thursday

Chance Rain Showers

Hi: 52

Thursday Night

Chance Rain Showers

Lo: 41

Friday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 67

Friday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 53

Saturday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 79

Saturday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 58

Sunday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 78

Sunday Night

Slight Chance Rain Showers

Lo: 63


Cedar Creek Lake Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 2/29: 321.80 (-0.20)



Cedar Creek Lake

Fishing Report from TPWD (Feb. 28)

EXCELLENT. Stained; 58 degrees; 0.15 feet below pool. White bass are staging in full force for the spring spawn and heading into shallower water, 6-18 feet, and into any shallow creek that has flowing water. Hybrids and white bass continue to be caught deadsticking in 25-35 feet in the mouths of the big creeks. Deadsticking utilizing a thumper and a splasher with deadsticking lures with a 1-1.5 ounce jighead with a tandem hook or jig above it paired with a small plastic fluke. You must keep your drift speeds under .5 mph with the ideal drift being .3 mph utilizing drift socks to keep you slowed down in windy conditions. In the weeks to come hybrids and white bass will continue to migrate to the shallower water from 8-20 feet to spawn and will be easy to find. You may even try trolling a small spinner bait or a hellbender or pet spoon rig at 2 mph in the shallower depths. The crappie bite has picked up in the creeks and inlets in 2-10 feet of water throughout the entire lake. The warm weather will continue to drive these fish shallow to spawn. If you can find a brush pile near a dock you can find them stacked up but most of the crappie have migrated into the creeks or shallow water now. Guides have been reporting exceptionally nice catches on sunny warmer days. Report by Brent Herbeck, Herbeck’s Lonestar Fishing Guide Service.

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