762 acres, fishing for largemouth bass, black crappie, panfish, channel catfish, 3 boat ramps, shoreline access surrounding lake
This 762 acre lake has fast become a prime location for anglers targeting largemouth bass. The lake is a very new lake, construction was completed in 2002. The addition of fishing structure and stocking of various species has contributed to the fast success rate of this lake. The WMA at Cedar Creek provides a buffer zone of 300 feet which improves access for bank anglers and preserves the shoreline from development. There are also good populations of black crappie, channel catfish, bluegill and redear sunfish in the lake. Next time you're in search of a honey hole, be sure to try Cedar Creek Lake.