Crappie Fishing Report for December 14




The Crappie bite is still GREAT.  With winter weather beginning to creep in, the water temp is about 55-58 degrees, and it's keeping the Crappie frisky!  Jigs or Minnows around bridges, docks and brush piles are producing great results. The best depths have been between 6-20 ft.

The White Bass have also been on fire this holiday season! Limits are very common, and the size of the fish are great this time of year.

Don't hesitate to call us at 903-288-5798.  The fishing is FANTASTIC!




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Cedar Creek Lake Weather Forecast

Wednesday

Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 78

Wednesday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 67

Thursday

Mostly Cloudy

Hi: 81

Thursday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 70

Friday

Rain Showers

Hi: 77

Friday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 69

Saturday

Chance Thunderstorms

Hi: 83

Saturday Night

Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 71


Cedar Creek Lake Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 4/24: 322.35 (+0.35)



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Fishing Report from TPWD (Apr. 24)

EXCELLENT. Slightly stained; 70 degrees; 0.40 feet above pool. Hybrid striped bass and white bass have made a full recovery from the spawn and are now back in the main lake in droves and are on a feeding frenzy. Look for heavy bird activity throughout the lake on flats and near the dam on edges of drop offs especially on cloudy and overcast days. The Hybrids and Whitebass have started schooling in water from 6-14 feet at the dam and any wind blown shallow point or seawall. Late evening schooling action is also happening in shallow coves and points throughout the lake. Reports of great catches using silver or white slabs and spinnerbaits and retrieving off the bottom at a very slow retrieve to catch these fish in depths of 8-16 feet of water. The crappie have also migrated back into the main lake. Look for them under bridge pylons or under docks where the depths are between 3-10 feet. 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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