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Cedar Creek is rising and fish are moving shallower #12639198
02/21/18 04:55 PM
02/21/18 04:55 PM
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Cedar Creek Lake
Dennis Christian Offline OP
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CC is up 9.5 inches with the latest rains. I've noticed at least some fish moving shallower - from only being on structures 20 ft deep or deeper 2 weeks ago to 17 fow a few days ago to 13 fow yesterday. My guess is they are moving shallower in preparation to spawn, whether up the creeks or on the windy points. Water temp yesterday was 51 degrees.

Last edited by Dennis Christian; 02/21/18 04:56 PM.
Re: Cedar Creek is rising and fish are moving shallower [Re: Dennis Christian] #12639468
02/21/18 07:08 PM
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This rain prob will drop the lake temps significantly. The water coming into the lake is about 40° It will cool down the watershed areas first then move its way down the lake.


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Re: Cedar Creek is rising and fish are moving shallower [Re: Capt. Michael Littlejohn] #12639652
02/21/18 08:43 PM
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Originally Posted By: Capt. Michael Littlejohn
This rain prob will drop the lake temps significantly. The water coming into the lake is about 40° It will cool down the watershed areas first then move its way down the lake.



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Re: Cedar Creek is rising and fish are moving shallower [Re: Dennis Christian] #12639686
02/21/18 09:04 PM
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Re: Cedar Creek is rising and fish are moving shallower [Re: Dennis Christian] #12640971
02/22/18 03:00 PM
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Cedar Creek Lake
Dennis Christian Offline OP
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Since the end of January through this morning Cedar Creek Lake has gone from being 2 ft low to being 9 1/4 inches low, and it is still rising.

Re: Cedar Creek is rising and fish are moving shallower [Re: Dennis Christian] #12641501
02/22/18 07:18 PM
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Re: Cedar Creek is rising and fish are moving shallower [Re: Dennis Christian] #12644785
02/24/18 03:39 PM
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Dennis Christian Offline OP
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Lake is now 5 inches high and still rising. I suspect this has changed fishing pattern.

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