With the lake level stable, bass are found on main lake points in the buckbrush. Best pattern appears to be fishing Carolina-rigged plastic baits on main lake and secondary points and flipping plastic baits in the bushes. Topwater baits are taking some fish early and late in the day, in main lake coves. Suspending Rattling Rogues, fished parallel to banks with buckbrush, will take lots of bass.
Striper are biting well on trolled bucktails, Cordell Redfins and live shad in Nutbush Creek, from the mouth to Buoy L. The Eagle Point area, around Buoys 9 and 10, is also producing fish.
Crappie are caught near bridges at 18-22 feet.
Some white bass are taken around Bluestone Creek and the Clarksville Bridge, mixed in with crappie.