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CEDAR CREEK LAKE
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February 22, 2024 cedar creek lake Fishing Report
Once again we weren't holding the lucky horse shoe in the tuna grounds today. We saw some fish in the morning but not a lot. Around lunch time up until after 6 we saw several schools that for us, wouldn't stick with the boat. Some of the boats found some that stuck which for a boat that didn't can be quite frustrating. We're going to stick it out here for our last day tomorrow. We have plenty of time tomorrow to locate biting fish and that's what we'll do. The weather was good today. A little windy late but the forecast for tomorrow looks great.
February 21, 2024 cedar creek lake Fishing Report
Captian Tucker McCombs checked in this morning with an update from the Endeavor out of Hook's Landing. The Seabass are still biting a little. We have some nice fish on the deck today.
Stay tuned for more ....
February 20, 2024 cedar creek lake Fishing Report
Rolling down on the Ranta trip!
Grease calm seas here rolling down on the Ranta 6 day trip. We had a great day of rigging, and are ready for action tomorrow. We may have a little wind this evening but it should subside by about 1 am for us.
We start fishing tomorrow.
Wish us luck!
February 19, 2024 cedar creek lake Fishing Report
Captain Ryan Bostian checked in tonight with an update from the San Diego out of Seaforth Sportfishing in Mission Bay. We had 36 passengers today catch 180 Yellowfin Tuna (LIMITS), 7 Dorado, 50 Yellowtail and 50 Skipjack. We had a long run to get these fish but we had great. It was a one done deal!
February 18, 2024 cedar creek lake Fishing Report
Today was filled with a lot of action and success. We had a lot of bites but also many shark casualties as well. Our solution pull until the line breaks or the fish is on the boat. In the process we were able to rule out certain 1/0 hooks that were not strong enough for the tuna we are catching and learn how hard we could truly pull on these fish.
From the hustle we were able to boat enough fish to make this our best day thus far, and stream line our gear selection.
Pictured here is Sophie and Windy with two big tuna that were successfully hustled from the sharks on the right gear.
Hopefully tomorrow has similar results!
February 17, 2024 cedar creek lake Fishing Report
Today we are making turns to the island. We are looking like a late afternoon arrival. Bent rods and big fish are on everyone's mind.
February 16, 2024 cedar creek lake Fishing Report
Myself and the crew would like to thank everyone who joined us for this past season. 2016 will forever be remembered as one of the most unique years. From huge schools of non biting yellowfin tuna to foamers of big bluefin that enjoyed eating surface poppers. This season proves that none of us know anything about the ocean. We will shut down for a month or so to handle our annual maintenance. We look forward to fishing with everyone again in 2017.
February 15, 2024 cedar creek lake Fishing Report
Ryan Bostian called in with this report from the Coronado Islands, "Today we went out with 17 Anglers and we are coming back to the dock with 44 Yellowtail. These Yellowtail are nice sized fish, 15 to 30 pounders."
They are biting the fly lined the baits today. You want to bring down your fly lined gear, your yoyo gear all your Yellowtail gear including surface irons.
Come on down and see us we offer these trips everyday. Once again this is Ryan from the San Diego. We are coming back to the dock with 44 Yellowtail for 17 Anglers.
Call 619-224-3383 to make a reservation or to get more information.
Weekly Fishing Reports
Fishing reports for cedar creek lake are updated each week, usually by
Thursday morning. The reports are compiled by an outside contractor who receives the
information from bait shops, marinas and fishing guides.