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    Which lakes are the most pressured

    I don't think I've ever seen this topic come up, and if it has, please forgive me. Looking for places to fish and was wondering what are the highest pressured lakes in the state? I know Taylorsville is one and I think Guist Creek is another. But what are the others in your opinion.

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    Cedar Creek in the spring and summer is ridiculous!!!
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    Barren,Barren,and Barren
    2 or three tournaments a weekend !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by homie452 View Post
    Barren,Barren,and Barren
    2 or three tournaments a weekend !!
    Still it's so big it spreads people out. But your right the most pressure is where tournaments are going
    Cedar Creek and some of the smaller lakes that get alot of tournaments like yatesville, Grayson, guist those are the ones that get the most pressure per acre.

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    If you measured the pressure by boat per acre it would be Cedar Creek Lake hands down. 800 acres with a saturday average of probably 100 boats. that's a 1:8 ratio and I'd be willing to bet there is no other lake in the state that gets that amount.
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    Yep, it's a freakin' ZOO. I probably won't even go there in 2018, you all can fight over the 3lb-5lber's..... lol.

    Down south for me where the DD are way more prevalent...


    Quote Originally Posted by MagikSmallie View Post
    If you measured the pressure by boat per acre it would be Cedar Creek Lake hands down. 800 acres with a saturday average of probably 100 boats. that's a 1:8 ratio and I'd be willing to bet there is no other lake in the state that gets that amount.

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    Hands down IMO Guist Creek. Walk across the boats on weekends. I live a mile from the place and would rather drive Hour and a half to Cedar Creek or 30 minutes to Taylorsville. It is Bad.

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    Strange (to me, at least) that no one has listed Herrington Lake !! They have how many tournaments on the weekends ?? I remember them having as many as three going on at the same time ... one launching from the river end and a couple launching around the Kennedy Bridge area ... and most of the boats seemed to think the best fishing was at the other end of the lake !!

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