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    Coffey County (Wolf Creek)

    Anybody been there lately?

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    Tried to fish there Sunday, but too windy. Gave up and went to Cedar Valley by Garnet. While it sucked for me, some of the guys caught some good fish.

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    How was Cedar Valley? That lake looks really good, the one time I was on it we caught quite a few but no big ones.

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    How was Cedar Valley? That lake looks really good, the one time I was on it we caught quite a few but no big ones.
    I could not catch any big fish, but some of the guys there had 2 over 4 and one over 5. It usually fishes tough in the summer and is better spring and late fall.

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    I could not catch any big fish, but some of the guys there had 2 over 4 and one over 5. It usually fishes tough in the summer and is better spring and late fall.
    It is a really cool little lake, I love how it sits down in the valley and has those bluff walls, looks like a killer jerkbait lake in the spring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twa View Post
    It is a really cool little lake, I love how it sits down in the valley and has those bluff walls, looks like a killer jerkbait lake in the spring.
    You might be able to catch a few there in the spring on a jerkbait.