Water temperatures are in the mid-high 40s, and fishing is fair. With the recent advent of warm weather, water temperatures are rising and bass and crappie are on the feed.

Main lake rocky points are showing some good sized bass on crankbaits. Bass may generally be found near their normal spawning grounds, holding in deeper water adjacent and coming up on the flats to feed once the sun warms the water. Bass are being caught in the back ends of the creeks on jigs, grubs and large, slow-rolled spinnerbaits. Topwater baits, fished in the backs of coves, are taking trophy bass.

Some large catfish were caught this past week.

Crappie fishing is excellent. Crappie are schooled up in 4-6 feet of water adjacent to cover.