CEDAR CREEK LAKE IN LINCOLN COUNTY

Cedar Creek Lake is a 762  acre fishing lake located between Stanford and Crab Orchard in Lincoln County.  IMG_5020This is the second largest state controlled lake in Kentucky and is stocked with bluegill, black crappie, channel catfish, large mouth bass and sunfish.  All trees and shrubs were left in the lake to provide a fisherman’s paradise.

A buffer zone surrounds the perimeter of the lake and there are 3 boat ramps that provide access to the lake.  There is no lodging at the lake and the nearest major city is Danville.

Cedar Creek Lake Outfitters, in Central Kentucky, one mile East of the dam on Hwy 150, is a full service bait and tackle shop, including live bait for your fishing needs. You can check them out here:  Cedar Creek Outfitters

Get the latest Cedar Creek Lake  fishing report by Randy Phillips:  Fishing Report

Check out the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife page for more information on this great lake.

Another great place to visit in our state of Kentucky and if you love fishing, you will probably love this lake.

Cedar Creek Lake, Stanford, Kentucky

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