Largemouth Bass:Just a few bass yet to spawn. Most are post-spawners. Secondary waters around points and ledges averaging 10 feet deep will be the areas anglers need to search. Plastic worms and jigs are the better baits.
Smallmouth Bass: River bluffs on the lower end and most tailwater areas on the upper reservoir should be the target area. Crankbaits and jigs offer the better opportunities.
Crappie:The easier crappie bite is over. Search in deeper secondary areas around blowdowns or other structure. Minnows and/or jigs are being used.
Striped bass:Tailwater anglers are catching fish while using live bait, jigs, and topwater lures.
Bluegill: The shallows are loaded with bluegill. Look for spawning areas and use small jigs, spinners, worms or crickets.
Catfish: River and big water secondary anglers are catching fish. Many are being caught near rocky banks. Shad and other meaty baits are being used.