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#11012914 - 07/31/15 08:31 PM Cedar Creek Ramps ?
BigTex1959 Offline
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Registered: 07/06/07
Posts: 188
Loc: Waxahachie Texas
I am taking my grandson tomorrow night , for some night fishing. How are the boat ramps , and any idea's where a good spot might be ? I had thought about just getting under a bridge & see what happens. Any idea's ?

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#11012930 - 07/31/15 08:40 PM Re: Cedar Creek Ramps ? [Re: BigTex1959]
justchillin Offline
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Registered: 05/05/13
Posts: 400
Loc: cedar creek lake
Boat ramps are fine. Bridges can be hit or miss just like any fishing spot. I would look at going down to the dam area and looking at the various humps , ledges , and drop offs. Lots of them in that area that have deep water around them. If your grandson is old enough , you could also try casting rat-l-traps to the lighted docks. Some hold more and better fish than others , and some do not hold any fish at all. Good luck !!!

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#11012948 - 07/31/15 08:51 PM Re: Cedar Creek Ramps ? [Re: BigTex1959]
BigTex1959 Offline
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I guess his age would have helped , lol he is only 7 , but I took him bank fishing last weekend , and he caught 2 catfish , & I lost the bet. I told him if he caught more than me I would take him out in the boat. lol I will be lucky if he sleeps. I got him a tackle box today so he is ready. Nothing like taking a kid fishing , you make lifetime memories.

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#11013246 - 08/01/15 04:53 AM Re: Cedar Creek Ramps ? [Re: justchillin]
OkieBob Offline
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Registered: 01/11/05
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Originally Posted By: justchillin
Boat ramps are fine. Bridges can be hit or miss just like any fishing spot. I would look at going down to the dam area and looking at the various humps , ledges , and drop offs. Lots of them in that area that have deep water around them. If your grandson is old enough , you could also try casting rat-l-traps to the lighted docks. Some hold more and better fish than others , and some do not hold any fish at all. Good luck !!!

The problem with that is you'll get eat up with sandies this time of year!
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#11013255 - 08/01/15 05:47 AM Re: Cedar Creek Ramps ? [Re: BigTex1959]
BigTex1959 Offline
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Registered: 07/06/07
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Loc: Waxahachie Texas
Long as he catches something , was thinking Crappie or Catfish. I guess minnows for Crappie and Punch bait for Catfish , not sure what kind , we usually use Danny Kings

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#11014244 - 08/01/15 07:37 PM Re: Cedar Creek Ramps ? [Re: BigTex1959]
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Registered: 03/15/09
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Loc: Gun Barrel City , TX
The small blue cats have been so busy I have been catching them on the spinners while chasing the sandbass around.

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