FAIR. Water lightly stained; 80 degrees; 4.19 feet low. White bass are fair on points and humps in 15-28 feet of water using slabs or live bait, with sporadic top water action. Hybrid stripers are slow, but can be picked off every once in a while mixed in with the white bass. If you are keeping fish, please be aware that there are a lot of undersized hybrid stripers in the lake that look very similar to a white bass. Catfish are fair drifting cut shad or chicken breasts in 16-24 feet of water on wind blown points, humps, and flats near creek channels. Crappie are fair to good in 6-25 feet of water near rock piles, stumps, laydowns, brush piles, standing timber, bridge columns, but best in brush piles and standing timber using minnows and jigs. Report by Wes Campbell, BendaRod Fishing.