Cedar Lake Fishing

Cedar Lake offers a truly excellent fishing experience for those looking for large fish. This 164-acre lake is known for its huge northern pike, ample spring-fed walleye, and record-breaking largemouth bass. With a depth of 51 feet at its deepest point, Cedar Lake has plenty of room to house many fish species, including brown bullhead, black bullhead, green sunfish, bluegill, muskie, largemouth bass, white crappie, northern pike, yellow bullhead, walleye, pumpkinseed sunfish and yellow perch. This lake offers especially great, year-round shore fishing due to the deeper waters near the shoreline. For the best chances of reeling in a fish, head to the areas with overhanging tree branches, lily pads, or underwater plants.

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