Topwater lures produce well in early mornings around brushpiles and boat docks. Deep diving crankbaits, worked on light line, are producing larger bass on main lake points. Carolina-rigged plastic worms are taking bass from the stump fields in 6-12 feet of water.
Crappie fishing is good, using small minnows around boat docks.
Catfish are taking cut bait in channels and deep holes.
Deep diving crankbaits and rattling lures are taking good largemouth bass from Big Stonehouse Creek to the dam.
The main river channel in the upper end of the lake is showing large schools of bass and small stripers working the shoreline grass. Try tossing a topwater frog into the grass edges on each point, no matter how small or shallow the patch of grass. Some good fish are in those grass patches.
Stripers have started breaking water on the lower end of the lake in the evening. They are located in 50-60 feet of water in the early daylight hours.