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Cedar by New Prague


picksbigwagon

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Someone posted a while ago about the weeds starting to die off on Cedar...if that is true, is that lake a little more fishable or not? I have two kids 2 1/2 and 4 that want to go fishing again, and I hate going onto prior and you can't get onto spring on a saturday.......

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pretty nice walleye lake too if you can get there early enough too. not to mention the bullheads that hit trolling crank baits

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I was out there last week and the weeds/muck were not a problem. I took my 6 & 8 yr old girls and they caught sunnies one after another and we even got a few bigger ones for a fish fry.

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You can pull up pretty much anywhere on the shoreline of that lake and catch sunnies non stop with waxies and small leeches. Have fun,

Zelmsdawg

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Hi picks. Can you give me any help for walleyes on Cedar? New to the area and want to learn more aboutlocal lakes. Looking to go out Friday morning. Thanks, Bill

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small man made lake that is very shallow and has lots of weeds. these fish are all stocked and relate to this lake like they did there breeding ponds..... fish weedlines. i have found pitching some live bait rigs like a bass fisherman would toss his tube jig in and around the weedline works for me.

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Mtreno is correct, hit the weed lines towards the deeper water edge. try the rock pile on the north end of the lake where it drops to 10 feet. don't jig, slow drag leeches and crawlers on lindy rigs. be ready for lots of bullheads too......

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Thanks guys, i will give it a try. Any special regulations on size or walleye limits?

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