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Cedar Creek Lake Reports for May 2021 #13983276 05/03/21 03:58 AM
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5/2/2021: Friend Paul and I went out today from 2 to 5 PM, and we had non-stop fun catching 155: 152 white bass, 2 nice yellow bass, and a 22 inch hybrid. We went straight to Staubach Hump and saw the best grouping on side-scan I have seen this year. We caught them in 20 to 22 fow. After we got to 50, we tried West Dam Hump, but only caught 6 there. Then we went to Dam Ridge and left there when we got to 75. The last spot was A-Frame in 22 to 24 fow. That's where we caught the hybrid - straight down under the boat in with the whites. The whites were about half magnums and half between 10 and 12.5 inches. We both used #4 Mepps.

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Re: Cedar Creek Lake Reports for May 2021 [Re: Dennis Christian] #13984015 05/03/21 07:40 PM
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Re: Cedar Creek Lake Reports for May 2021 [Re: Dennis Christian] #13984346 05/03/21 11:34 PM
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Thanks Dennis! I love reading your reports. I hope to make it back down to CC soon if the weather cooperates.

Re: Cedar Creek Lake Reports for May 2021 [Re: Dennis Christian] #13984595 05/04/21 02:30 AM
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That's a lot of dam fish in that short time of fishing. That's a good hibbie and y'all caught more than Simon Peter wink

Re: Cedar Creek Lake Reports for May 2021 [Re: Dennis Christian] #13984938 05/04/21 01:43 PM
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I was stopping at 153, and Paul caught 2 more. Anyway, 153 is a target, and nothing wrong with exceeding it. Observation, when you can catch fish straight down under the boat, you can catch a lot more per unit of time. In most cases Sunday, you start reeling from the bottom and they take it immediately.

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Thanks Dennis, excellent post as usual. I'll see you on the creek this summer I'm sure.

Re: Cedar Creek Lake Reports for May 2021 [Re: Dennis Christian] #13989112 05/07/21 01:52 PM
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5/5 and 5/6 2021: On the 5th I took Sunday School member Jim and neighbor Bob fishing from 8:30 to about noon. We had to wade through a lot of dinks to eventually end up with 66 counters - almost all white bass. We hit the usual main-lake humps and points and most fish were caught in 20 to 23 fow. On the 6th, neighbor John and I joined fishing buddy Gordon at 2 PM in his boat. We spent about 30 minutes setting up his graph to have good displays for sonar and sidescan. We caught a few good fish early in 7 to 10 fow near the dam. Then we dropped John off after trying Staubach Hump with not much luck (only dinks). Gordon and I continued trying multiple spots. The best places were Dollhouse Point and Spillway Hump, where we ended the day and where 90 % of the fish were magnum whites. Ran into fishing buddy Cliff there with his friend Steve - also catching big whites on Mepps. We ended the day at 8 PM with 59 whites, 3 cats, and a nice yellow bass. But we probably caught in the neighborhood of another 150 dinks. Both days we only tried Mepps #4 spinners.

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