The Old Fishin’ Hole – Cedar Lake
In Wisconsin, United States
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This is a series dedicated to all of our favorite little Fishin’ holes out there. These are Public Access lakes around Manitowoc County.
So often we forget about these well hidden, quaint fishing holes. Many of use, not native to the area, don’t even realize they exist. On this adventure, I would like to offer you a chance to visit, find a quick cache then sit and stay a while, to enjoy the view. It is a chance to catch a cache and catch a fish. Hope you enjoy!!!
Some of these fishing areas tend to have small parking areas with few hiding spots, therefore PLEASE put container back as you found it.
Cedar Lake is a 139 acre lake with a maximum depth of 21 feet. This is the largest inland lake in Manitowoc County. This access was developed in the early 1980’s by Manitowoc County. Because of the steep slope to the water’s edge, the access road and launching area were blacktopped shortly after development. A one acre parking lot was developed on land provided by the Kiel Fish and Game Association across Rockville Road, southwest of the access. This access also offers a picnic area near the parking lot, a port-a-pier for easier access to the lake and a toilet building.
There are many species of fish found in Cedar Lake, such as bass, northern pike and panfish (including perch, crappies and bluegills). Operating restrictions on motorboats and water skiing are posted at the access. This Cache is a Camo Film container with a log book. Please remember to bring a pen or pencil See Web page link for a lake map.
"FIRST FINDER" HONORS GOES TO "T.ADAM" tHANKS AND HOPE YOU ENJOYED THE HUNT AND THE VISIT!
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Last Updated: on 9/14/2014 7:24:04 AM Pacific Daylight Time (2:24 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum