Bass fishing is good, particularly in the lower and upper parts of the lake.
Topwaters are producing early and late in the day.
Main lake points are producing bass on crankbaits, carolina-rigged plastic worms and spinnerbaits.
The key to fishing this lake is finding the baitfish. Once you find baitfish, cover the area thoroughly with every bait you can imagine. Start with lipless crankbaits, then spinnerbaits, plastic worms and jig ‘n pig. Always keep a Rat-L-Trap on deck for casting to breaking fish.
Docks on main lake points are holding large schools of baitfish. These baitfish will attract breaking fish sometime during the day.
Check out the extreme back ends of the coves and creeks where bass may be taken on buzzbaits in 6-12 inches of water, around thick willow grass.
Work the main lake points, when the sun is overhead, where there is grass in 10 feet of water. Use small plastic baits.
Stripers are holding in deep water, feeding during the night.
Crappie anglers are catching good numbers of fish from the bridge pilings and submerged brushpiles in the creeks.