Cedar Creek Lake

Lincoln - Kentucky


  • 168 catches

  • 776 followers

  • 41 spots

Cedar Creek Lake is a 784-acre reservoir in eastern Lincoln County, its total watershed covers 1,400 acres. Average lake depth is 22 feet, maximum depth 60 feet. There is a 300-foot buffer zone surrounding the lake. Boat and angler access is provided by t...

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Cedar Creek Lake Fishing Reports

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  1. 3 lb. 5 oz. 18 in. Largemouth Bass with a Strike King Buzz Bait

    1. the whole family catching nice fish.
  2. Largemouth Bass

    1. found it. thanks for the info on what to fish with.
    2. forgive me - Iā€™m a newbie trying to learn to fish with my 13-yo daughter. what is baby bass color?šŸ˜‚
    3. lunker log senko an been catchin them on baby bass colorered senkos an well
    4. great fish.
    5. Gary Atwell 0
      Nice one!!!!! What ya catch it on?
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  3. dont a biggie but was one of four pond fishing!

    Largemouth Bass

  4. 3 lb. 8 oz. 19 in. Largemouth Bass with a Scum Frog

  5. Largemouth Bass with a Berkley Crawfish

  6. 3 lb. 7 oz. 19 in. Largemouth Bass with a Berkley Crawfish

  7. My daughter with me on 6/20/2020

    2 lb. 9 oz. 17 in. Largemouth Bass with a Buzz Bait

    1. good one!
  8. Gabe Singleton

    2 lb. 10 oz. Largemouth Bass with a Wacky Rig

  9. Largemouth Bass

    1. Marty Moses 0
      Would like my 87 year old Dad for bluegill. Do you know if they are on the bed or biting good? Thanks.

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