Frog early and t-rig craw or wacky rig senko. If you get some cloud cover a spinnerbait should produce
Also might try these: Use chart/white or white buzzbait with twin tail trailer around the weeds growing off the banks in pockets and coves on either side of the lake. Later in the afternoon just a few casts (8-10) will tell the tale.
Dark colored 6-8" T-rig worms along the leeward sides and across the shallow top of heavily wooded points works well at times.
Swimbaits along the edges of the weedline. Keep moving and cover some water...pay extra attention to weed points and pockets also, "weed and wood".
Carolina rigs and deep divers off the ends of points....use your graph....see fish/shad...make some casts....no fish/shad...don't bother.
Flip plastics at the buck bushes standing in the edges of the lake....hard work but can produce big at times.
Finally 10' worms and 3/8 - 3/4 oz weights along the main creek and edge of standing timber....short casts....almost like pitching, only in deeper water.
Be versatile...this can be a frustrating lake at times
. Good luck