Water level is at 305 and gradually falling.
Early morning anglers, fishing deep-diving crankbaits and Carolina-rigged plastic lizards in 18-22 feet of water on creek and main lake points are catching largemouth bass. Those anglers jigging small white bucktails are catching multiple species.
Stripers are taking trolled Cordell Redfins and bucktailsin the Nutbush Creek area at night. Daytime striper anglers are catching the fish in an area bounded by Kimble Point to the main channel to the dam and up to Buoy 8. Green and white bucktails trolled 22-25 feet deep are effective. Jigging with Hopkins Spoons and large bucktails is also effective.
Crappie anglers are successful, fishing live minnows by the dam, in Rudd’s Creek, and in Eastland Creek.