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Cedar Creek for the first time #13753337 11/02/20 02:23 PM
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Heading to Cedar Creek and renting a lake house on the east side. Taking the boat so was debating on where to launch and target.

My first thought was to launch near Caney Creek/Log Cabin area and avoid the main lake. Hopefully the pleasure boaters will be scarce although I saw several jet skiers out Halloween weekend!

If you have any pointers on depth, jig size and color etc, please let me know!


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Re: Cedar Creek for the first time [Re: ThaDudeAbides] #13753423 11/02/20 03:18 PM
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Bridges should be holding as usual. Brush in 15-25ft should also have fish. I would also shoot a dock or two (at least 8-10 ft deep ones) and they should have a few on them.

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Anthony gave you good advise! Congrats on the new rig! I would for sure shoot some docks!! thumb

Re: Cedar Creek for the first time [Re: ThaDudeAbides] #13754003 11/02/20 10:33 PM
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As of today (11/2) fish were on main lake brush in 14-20ft. We pulled 75 using Ghost Minnow Thump Chubbies and Palmer Pile Drivers from Slab Syndicate. The fish are VERY healthy right now, and boat traffic is very low.

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Re: Cedar Creek for the first time [Re: Laner] #13755101 11/03/20 05:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Laner
As of today (11/2) fish were on main lake brush in 14-20ft. We pulled 75 using Ghost Minnow Thump Chubbies and Palmer Pile Drivers from Slab Syndicate. The fish are VERY healthy right now, and boat traffic is very low.

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Thanks for all the advice gents!


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