Fishing Report for Cedar Creek Lake




Hey folks, Jason Barber here with the www.kingscreekadventures.com fishing and lake report for Cedar creek lake. The lake is almost back to full with the recent rains and the water temperature is back down to around 80 degrees give or take a little. The clarity is a little more stained now but not terrible.

Large mouth are still hanging around the many docks throughout the lake in 4 to 12' and also on mainlake brushpiles in 12 to 18'. Crankbaits and plastics are best.

Crappie are on brushpiles in 12 to 20' and on deep timber as well as the bridges. Jigs and minnows are good.

Catfish are scattered and can be caught drifting random depths from 10 to 24' or anchoring on mainlake humps in 16 to 20'. Fresh shad or cut bait is best.

Hybrids and sand bass are schooling early and late on the south end of the lake and hanging around humps and points during the day in 10 to 20' slabs and trolling are both productive.

Thanks for reading and I hope this helps put a few more fish in the box. Call me to book a date for fishing 903-603-2047




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Cedar Creek Lake Weather Forecast

Monday

Sunny

Hi: 88

Monday Night

Clear

Lo: 60

Tuesday

Sunny

Hi: 87

Tuesday Night

Clear

Lo: 59

Wednesday

Sunny

Hi: 86

Wednesday Night

Clear

Lo: 58

Thursday

Sunny

Hi: 80

Thursday Night

Clear

Lo: 54


Cedar Creek Lake Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 9/27: 318.12 (-3.88)



Cedar Creek Lake

Fishing Report from TPWD (Sep. 21)

EXCELLENT. Water normal stain; 81-84 degrees; 3.63 feet low. Fishing continues to be excellent with patterns similar. Crappie are excellent in brush piles in 10-14 feet of water minnows and small jigs. The fish are starting to transition into the fall pattern. White bass and hybrid bass are excellent, surfacing on top chasing shad. Rattletraps and spoons are working good, but once the fish quit schooling, go to humps using a silver slab. Largemouth bass are excellent shallow feeding early in the mornings and late in the evenings, using chatterbaits and buzzbaits against rocks and docks. Some fish on brush but the better quality is coming shallow. Catfish are good on humps with live shad. Report by Kyle Miers, Lake Country Outfitters.

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