Crappie are holding in 12-15 feet of water, hitting live minnows and tiny jigs.
Largemouth bass are holding on main lake points and boat docks, adjacent to creek channels. Uplake, the fish are generally in 6-10 feet of water, while they are a little deeper downlake. Crankbaits, plastic worms and jig ‘n pig baits are the choice, although topwaters, fished early and late in the day, are accounting for their share of fish.
Stripers are suckers for trolled baits and the one ounce Cordell Hot Spot, near the dam.
White perch are taking jigged Hopkins spoons at creek mouths.