Nice works! Cedar Creek is a great fishing lake, will surpass Tawakoni in the near future in terms of quality fisheries,
Enjoy your lake while you can...
Never has been nor will it ever be the catfish lake Tawakoni is, I lived on Tawakoni for a number of years and have fished cc for a number. There's no comparison in the two for size of blue cat. Tawakoni has been putting out very large blues for over thirty years, that I know of. David Hansen of Little D Guide Service was on channel 4 news twenty-five years ago putting 50&60# blues in the boat and he still is. A guy who ran a bait shop and sold catfish back in the late 1960 was taking out 50 and 60# blues weekly and the lake has never slowed down on producing big blues. I guess it is a combination of the soil composition and bait fish forage base. Check the tournament results on each lake and you will come to the same conclusion.
Here is one take on the lake.
"In 2001, the Texas Legislature declared West Tawakoni the "Catfish Capital of Texas."
West Tawakoni is the “Catfish Capital” of Texas for a good reason. We are located on the west side of Lake Tawakoni which boasts some of the biggest blue cats in the south, and has on more than one occasion produced multiple 5 fish stringers over 200lbs! Lake Tawakoni boasts 225 miles of shoreline, with a large abundance of Crappie, Black Bass, Sand Bass, Striped Bass, Hybrid Bass which of course help feed its “MONSTER” Catfish."