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daveyred

Cedar Lake (Scott Co.)

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What's the ice like? Driving on it yet? Can anyone give me an idea where the aeration system is on the lake. With the depth of snow and some physical limits walking is getting really hard. Any fish reports?

Thank you, good luck and be safe.

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Yeah there are trucks on the lake. Aerator is located on the east side in a bay, it is usually very well marked...No fishing reports from me yet, still haven't made it out to Cedar. Good Luck!

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I went out there last week and got 2 tiny crappies. Drilled about 25 holes, and only marked fish in the one. About 12-13" where I was at

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plan on going out there this afternoon for a bit .... will let you know what I find... or don't find....

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