Cedar Creek Lake is a couple feet higher than its normal pool elevation this week and appeared to be slowly dropping. With the forecasted rains I wouldn’t be surprised to see it rise a little bit in the coming week or two. The backs of the creeks are heavily stained to muddy with the main lake being stained to heavily stained and some floating debris present. The water temps have dropped some too, I was showing 49 degrees early and it eventually warmed up to about 51. The overall bite seems to be slow and scattered and there is still lots of bait hanging over the channels and off the points suspended in deeper water. Even though the fishing is slow, when you do get a bite it has been good quality. Boated 2 nice largemouth both in the 4-5lb class, and lost another good fish on the jig in about 15′ and near deeper water. If I were fishing this week I would fish the main lake around the creek mouths slowly with a jig or a Texas rigged creature bait and wouldn’t rule out the Alabama Rig. If the water clears up some a jerkbait should be a good choice too. It won’t be long if we can get some warmer days that a spinnerbait/chatterbait/lipless crankbait bite will turn on. I hope the report helps! If you enjoy fishing videos I encourage you to head over to my YouTube Channel (Click the link below) and hit the subscribe button, all throughout the year I will be posting helpful fishing videos, good luck and good fishing!