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Fishing in Cedar Creek Lake

Bass fishing Cedar Creek Lake, Texas is the most popular activity for anglers on this lake located in east Texas, between Dallas and Athens, TX. The best largemouth bass fishing spots are located at the lower end of the lake near highway 31.

The largest bass caught on this lake weighed in at an impressive 14.65 pounds, so make sure you’re ready for a fight when your fishing guide service on Cedar Creek Lake tells you where to cast.
  • Known For

    The lake is known for its numerous covers and creeks making up the shape of this 32,623-acre fishing spot.

  • Fishing Licenses and Regulations

    The fishing on Cedar Creek Lake is regulated by the general state-wide rules and regulations as set out by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.

    For more information about fishing in Texas and its size requirements and bag limits, you can check out our page about fishing in Texas.

  • Fishing Spots

    The best fishing spots on Cedar Creek Lake are located in the southern portions of the reservoir. These areas are great for largemouth bass and blue catfish.

    Another great fishing spot can be found around one of the many submerged islands around the lake. Most of these islands are located around the Clear Creeks and Caney Creeks, however, your fishing guide will know not only how to best fish these spots, but also navigate safely around them in lower water level conditions.

  • Best Time of Year to Fish

    White Bass and Hybrid Striped Bass can fill your fishing guide service’s live well during any time of the year when fishing Cedar Creek Lake.

FAQ’s ABOUT FISHING IN CEDAR CREEK LAKE

How many acres is Cedar Creek Lake?

Cedar Creek is 32,623 acres making it the fourth largest Lake in Texas. It’s 18 miles long and offers 320 miles of shoreline.

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