Cedar Creek Lake

Because Life is Better at the Lake

Boating Safety Classes

by
USCG Auxiliary
I have been a volunteer member of the USCG Auxiliary since 1995 and moved to Cedar Creek Lake in the same year. I am married and have to grown sons that married and have their own families. My wife is a past member of the Auxiliary as well and we are very active in the Boater Education programs that the Coast Guard Auxiliary has to offer. I am the Vice Flotilla Commander for 5-14 here at Cedar Creek Lake.




Due to the recent and and ongoing COVID19 pandemic, Texas Parks and Wildlfe and the USCG Auxiliary has suspended classroom boating safety classes for the time being. Hopefully we can resume classes in a few months.

 

Allen Harding 

USCG Auxiliary Public Ed. officer

Tool, Texas




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Cedar Creek Lake Weather Forecast

Tuesday

Cloudy

Hi: 84

Tuesday Night

Mostly Cloudy

Lo: 69

Wednesday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 86

Wednesday Night

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 67

Thursday

Chance Rain Showers

Hi: 70

Thursday Night

Slight Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 57

Friday

Chance Rain Showers

Hi: 67

Friday Night

Chance Thunderstorms

Lo: 58


Cedar Creek Lake Water Level (last 30 days)


Water Level on 4/7: 322.05 (+0.05)



Cedar Creek Lake Fishing Report from TPWD (Apr. 1)

GOOD. Water very stained; 60-62 degrees, 0.47’ high. Largemouth bass are in coves in 2 to 7' also along shorelines leading to the back of spawning coves. Jigs, plastic creatures, and moving baits like chatter baits and spinnerbaits are producing. Hybrids and sand bass are now up in the creeks. Small grubs, spoons, and swimbaits are good in the creeks, and crankbaits can be good in 4 to 10' on the points. Crappie are found in the creeks and spawning coves. Some docks are starting to hold fish, as well as some of the brush piles in various depths. Jigs and minnows are both effective. Catfish are good on the shallow north end of the lake and also moving shallow all over the lake. There are still some deep fish as well, so don't rule that out. Fresh cut shad is best.