Hey guys the white bass have been strong in the creeks and tributaries on the lake. As usual slabs, jigs, rooster tails are sure bets. As of Saturday the fishing was spotty but consistent. With after light rain being better than normal. I’ve taken quite a few on the fly rod, with our small silver spoon fly. The catfish are steady. With more and more showing up at the spawning areas. We’ve seen many 20+ pounds reeled in over the last week or so. The Stripers, are awesome if you can find them. We have had luck with fresh shad carolina rigged on the bottom. This tactic works best at first light, and dusk. You can pick them up in the lights at night with a slow rolled rattle trap. White seems best. We haven’t had much time to chase crappie, but I’m sure the slabs are starting to heat up also. My favorite spot for them is the submerged lights at night. Use a small yellow or white 1/4 – 3/8 jig with curly tail. I like to rig more than one with a dropper system. Slowly tapping bottom, will surely produce some crappie and a slue of whites, yellows, maybe the occasional op. Good luck, and feel free to contribute.