Largemouth bass fishing is fair on main lake points in six feet of water, near rocks. Crankbaits, spinnerbaits and five inch chartreuse/pepper grubs are the preferred baits.
Crappie fishing is excellent over brushpiles and in the shallows. Slow trolling, with small minnows, in the backs of coves works well.
Stripers are taking cut shad in 8-15 feet of water, on the bottom. The schools are located off major creek points. Stripers are also working off buoy 4. Surface action is best at midday, using bucktails and drifting live shad. Watch for gulls.