Fishing at Cedar Creek Reservoir, Alabama
Cedar Creek Reservoir is known best for its black bass (largemouth bass and spotted) and crappie fishing, but catfish and bream fishing are good too. The lake has a reputation for giving up some trophy bass. Fish over 5 pounds are common, with 8-pound and larger bass being taken each year. According to the 2006 Alabama B.A.I.T. Report, it took an average of 95 tournament-angler hours to catch a bass over five pounds. The spotted bass population is not as impressive, and is comprised primarily of fish less than 14 inches. There is no size limit imposed on the black bass harvest. The crappie caught in Cedar Creek Reservoir are usually in the 10-inch range, with some approaching 15 inches in length.There is a 9-inch minimum size limit imposed on the crappie.
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