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  • Lined with Elm, Willow, Pecan and Oak Trees, Crooked Creek is a beautiful option for kayaks and canoes. The Creek begins just south of Harrison in Boone County, then flows west to east until it meets the White River just north of the White-Buffalo confluence which is just about two miles from CedarWood Lodge. We like to do a half or full-day float that ends right near our dock. Navigable flows depend mostly on runoff levels from local rainstorms.
  • Teaming with Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass, Crooked Creek is a great alternative fishing option. Break out the "plastic worms", "rooster tails", and "gitz-its", and get ready for the fish-fry. As it nears the White River it gets a bit wider and deeper and the sheer number of all the local species of fish can be phenomenal at times.

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