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Does anyone have any info on this lake I will be going up there the 20th of August and have never fished it before. What areas of the lake should I concentrate on and what should I fish for?

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Fished Red Cedar for the first time today. Lost a walleye that was almost to the hole shortly after I got there. Dropped my jig right back down and hooked up again right away. Same thing, lost the fish just below the ice. Pretty frustrating at the time but good to know I was on some fish. I did end up landing one before I had to leave. Anyways the fish is still swimming to be caught again another day. I will have to come back the next time I'm in the area.

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I am thinking about heading up to redcedar this weekend for small mouth, I was wondering how cold the water was and whether it was wort the trip. Anyone been out in the last few days?

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I was out on Long Lake yesterday (Friday) and the water temp was from 52 to 55. Getting ready to head out right now, pretty nice morning for this time of year. Good luck out there everyone!!!

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Came by Red Cedar on the way home from the camper on the flowage. Never saw a boat but there were 4 trucks by the dam in Mikana.

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Hey all I was out on Red Cedar Saturday, and nothing was happening. I fished shallow, deep, live bait and artificials with no sucess. Did anyone else have a better day on the water than me? Anyone have any input we are heading back again this weekend, and would really like to find some small mouths. If anyone found a pattern tahat worked I would appreciate some assistance.

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If I were to go after them I would look for somewhat deep rocky area's.

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found plenty of smallies on shallow structure..water temps 53 degrees. slip bobber and minnows was the ticket. was looking for walleye and ended up hitting smallies...

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Fished Red Cedar yesterday afternoon and evening. Caught one small eye 14". Was the only flag. Good number of people out but no concentrations pretty scattered.

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How has the fishing been lately? Looks like this thread has gotten cold. I am looking at getting a cabin in the area and would like to know how the fishing has been, particularly for walleyes. Thanks for any info!

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24 minutes ago, badgerdude said:

How has the fishing been lately? Looks like this thread has gotten cold. I am looking at getting a cabin in the area and would like to know how the fishing has been, particularly for walleyes. Thanks for any info!

 

Welcome to HSO @badgerdude. Hopefully someone in the area will see this and help you out. In any case, when you do get on the lake, please keep us updated.

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