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Cedar Creek Fishing Report 6.1.2020 #13578980 06/02/20 12:27 AM
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This morning there were still some schooling at the dam, it didn't last very long , however the few boats that showed up this morning caught fish , the dam ridge was loaded , #4 Mepps and chrome spoons seemed to work . Fish were were all along the ridge. Second stop, St Anne's West had several large schools , 23 -25 FOW, non stop. Most of these fish were caught vertical, lifting the rod up and letting the bait fall. Nothing at Pole Dance Point , next stop , Key Ranch Drop-Off, large schools, 24-25FOW , it's hard to tell how large these schools are until you get them fired up . Not sure how many sand bass I caught today, I did catch 2 legal hybrids, 4 cats, I was Done at 11:30am , Time to go to the house , Good Day ! Water mostly clear, 79 ,

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Re: Cedar Creek Fishing Report 6.1.2020 [Re: 4x4] #13579261 06/02/20 03:48 AM
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Re: Cedar Creek Fishing Report 6.1.2020 [Re: 4x4] #13579600 06/02/20 02:31 PM
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Good report. I found the bite super tough on Saturday but Sunday and Monday have been great.


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Re: Cedar Creek Fishing Report 6.1.2020 [Re: 4x4] #13579918 06/02/20 06:38 PM
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This weekend I found schools but the bite was tough too. Found them at key Ranch and St. Annes in 20-24'. I found that the schools were smaller and moving quite a bit. I could not stay on top of them. I too, had a vertical presentation, and the hz presentation did not work.

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Yes the schools did move for me , I would move 5 or 10 feet , to pick up another school , not sure if you are Thumping , but that did make a did difference.

Re: Cedar Creek Fishing Report 6.1.2020 [Re: 4x4] #13581126 06/03/20 05:15 PM
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'bout time to break out the Hellbenders


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Cut with her golden oars the silver stream,
And greedily devour the treacherous bait.
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