Fishing at Cedar Creek Lake, Texas
Predominant fish species found in Cedar Creek Lake include largemouth bass, blue catfish, channel catfish, & flathead catfish, white & hybrid striped bass, and crappie. All species are currently managed under statewide regulations.

Largemouth bass angling is best in the lower end of the reservoir where the water is clear. The lake record weighed 14.65 pounds. Catfishes are abundant, with more blues than channel cats in the legal size range. Hybrid striped bass are stocked annually and the lake record is 13.19 pounds.

Anglers generally follow the birds to find schools of white bass and hybrids. Action can be good all year but is particularly good in the spring. Look for largemouth bass in the weedy back ends of coves in the lower third of the lake. Use cut shad or live bait for blue catfish.
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