GOOD. Water lightly stained; 61 degrees; 1.20 feet below pool. The extended warm-up has tricked the fish back into an early fall pattern, but that will not last long after the forecasted winter weather. Hybrid striper and white bass have remained good. We are seeing a lot of fish pull back onto humps and points. Slabs, spinnerbaits and swimbaits in chartreuse have been putting fish in the boat in 10-25 feet of water. Trophy catfish have slowed down as water temperatures have warmed up almost 6-degrees. Expect all of this to change later this week as cooler temperatures arrive and look to stay a while. Cut gizzard shad fished in 20-35 feet has been working best. Remember, Lake Tawakoni has highly restricted limits on keeping larger blue catfish, so be sure to check current regulations when fishing for them. The smaller eating sized catfish bite has picked up with the freshwater in the lake biting on fresh pieces of small cut shad. Crappie have been consistent on bridge pilings and deeper brush piles. Catches or 25 or more have been common lately. Jigs or minnows are fishing equal in 16-35 feet. Largemouth bass have been better than normal for this time of year. Rattletraps and shallow diving squarebills are working well on isolated rocks, rip rap and docks. Captain Michael Littlejohn, Lake Tawakoni Guide Service. Report by Captain Michael Littlejohn, Lake Tawakoni Guide Service.