Cedar Creek Lake Fishing Report for October 22




Hi folks, Jason Barber here with the Kings Creek Adventures fishing and lake report for Cedar Creek Lake. The lake is low and the water temperature is around the 70 degree mark with the clarity being good for Cedar Creek. 

Crappie have moved into the deeper docks and can be caught shooting jigs underneath them. There are some fish in brushpiles as well, 12 to 20' with minnows and jigs will work. 
 
Catfish are scattered around but can be caught drifting or anchored around the mainlake humps and points. Fresh cut shad in 12 to 24' is typically best. Look for some shallow fish as the water cools down. 
 
Largemouth are on the docks and will hit moving baits most days like crankbaits and spinners but some days prefer slower baits like jigs or TX rig plastics. Rocks and brush are still good bets as well,  try topwater baits on the rocks and along retaining wall areas early and late. 
 
Hybrids and sand bass are schooling early some and hanging out on humps and points in 10 to 24' during the day. Try slabs and swimbaits hopped along the bottom or just above and watch your electronics. 
 
Thanks for reading and give me a call to book a trip when you get ready for a fun relaxing day of fishing on Cedar Creek Lake. 




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Cedar Creek Lake Current Weather Alerts

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Cedar Creek Lake Weather Forecast

Wednesday

Sunny

Hi: 81

Wednesday Night

Clear

Lo: 60

Thursday

Sunny

Hi: 83

Thursday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 61

Friday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 86

Friday Night

Partly Cloudy

Lo: 64

Saturday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 87

Saturday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 65


Cedar Creek Lake Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 9/23: 321.23 (-0.77)



Cedar Creek Lake

Fishing Report from TPWD (Sep. 22)

GOOD. Water lightly stained; 82 degrees; 0.58 feet low. Largemouth bass are good with chartreuse flukes, diving crankbaits and Texas rigged plastic worms near brush piles, docks and timber in 14-28 feet of water. Hybrids and sand bass are good on main lake points, humps and flats using spoons, slabs and live bait. Crappie are slowing down as the lake turns to the fall pattern. Stick with it and you will find a few, try using minnows and jigs in brush piles, beneath boat docks and bridges. Catfish are good using live bait, punch bait and chicken liver.

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