Water level is currently at 311 and stable, but expected to rise significantly this coming week.

Bass are located in the bushes, treetops and on dropoffs adjacent to the bushes and are feeding heavily.

Best methods are top waters on rocky points, early and late in the day, and flipping plastic worms and lizards in and near the thickest buckbrush when the sun is up. Squarebill crankbaits and spinnerbaits are also taking bass on rocky points, particularly windblown points.

Stripers are taking live shad around Nutbush Creek between Buoys 1-3. Trolling white bucktails is alsoa ccounting for some good fish.

Crappie action is excellent with live minnowsaround bridge pilings.

White bass are schooled from Bluestone Creek toBuffalo Creeks and on The Hump, taking small chrome colored Rat-L-Traps,small white Chatterbaits and small bucktails.