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#1 Jun-29-07 5:47PM

bassman
Northern Snakehead
Registered: May-01-07
Posts: 137

6/29 Cedar Lake Report

Fished the lake perimeter in less than 90 minutes - so few places in the algae to make a decent cast.  Only brought three to shore - one bass about 1.3 lb - lost a couple in the weeds.   I can't recall seeing the shoreline algae so bad.  Are they intending to treat it?

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#2 Jun-29-07 5:55PM

Ernie
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From: Ashburn VA
Registered: Feb-03-06
Posts: 13093

Re: 6/29 Cedar Lake Report

I agree about the algae. Believe it or not, most of what you see is dead. The lack of a torrential rain (need movement of water) is keeping everything stagnant. I am going to use the kayak in the morning so I can fish some open water. Even then, there is algae just below the surface.

Ernie


Time to go fishin' again!

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#3 Jun-30-07 7:19AM

jumping jasper
Patagonian Toothfish
Registered: Apr-03-07
Posts: 844

Re: 6/29 Cedar Lake Report

I agree it wasn't this bad last year.
I fish cedar on Thursday for about 15 minutes. It was just no fun picking algea off after every cast.
I caught one small bass and that wasn't much fun because it was wraped in seaweed.

I would be willing to rake some of it on shore, but It would be a stinky mess and I don't think the home owners there would apreciate it.

Jeff


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