Reservoir Conditions: The lake is at normal level. The water temperature is 84 degrees.
Crappie: Most crappie are being caught at night while fishing around lights. Minnows are the better bait. Fish near bluff walls or docks.
Bass: Fish channel cuts where the current has a greater influence. Fish at night. Fish around grass beds. Topwater lures, plastic worms, and crankbaits are good.
Catfish: Fishing is good. Drift in the main channel with meaty baits when the current is present.
Bluegill: Fish around docks or along rock bluffs. Use worms or crickets for bait.
Striped Bass: Use shad or artificial lures in the tailwater or upper river.
Walleye: The only fish caught by tailwater striper anglers used shad for bait.
Reservoir Conditions: Fishing is good. The water temperature is 81 degrees and the lake is falling.
Smallmouth Bass: A few smallmouth are being caught while trolling in the channels near schooling shad in 30 feet of water.
Largemouth Bass: A few largemouth are being caught while fishing soft plastics and topwater baits around shallow cover in 5 feet of water in the creeks.
Walleye: Several big walleye are being caught while trolling nightcrawler rigs on flats in 30 feet of water.
Crappie: A few are being caught while fishing grass and woods in 10-15 feet of water.
Reservoir Conditions: Fishing is fair. The water temperature is 82 degrees and the lake is falling.
Bass: A few bass are being caught on football jigs on points in 20-30 feet of water on the main lake. Also a few are being caught on topwater baits in the creeks while fish are schooling under shad.
Walleye: A few walleye are being caught near Floating Mill while trolling night on flats in 25 feet of water.