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#11764820 - 08/08/16 09:33 AM Cedar Creek or Lake Fork for Crappie which is better?
Dadsthatlove2fish Offline
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Registered: 08/10/15
Posts: 98
My son's 13th birthday this month, we are going to rent a house on either lake. Never fished any lake north of Waco. Will have 8 in our group taking the boat as well, just wanted some insight for crappie and might do some catfishing as well which is a better lake. Want to make sure he and his friends have a good time and we get a lot of pictures with smiling faces.
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#11765297 - 08/08/16 01:03 PM Re: Cedar Creek or Lake Fork for Crappie which is better? [Re: Dadsthatlove2fish]
fishin_farmer Offline
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Registered: 01/12/10
Posts: 411
Loc: Prosper,Texas
If your fishing for both crappie and catfish. I would hit cedar creek. Lot of black crappie and big blue cat. Fork has a very small population of blue cat but a lot of channel cat. If you are wanting big crappie and not so much numbers I would hit fork. Very healthy population of larger crappie just won't catch as many as cedar creek in my opinion. Good luck should be a very memorable trip!!

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