I'd start in the back of major creek arms, on the banks where the creek runs up against the bank (especially if there is a bluff to 45 degree wall) and focus on the transition zones going from steep creek bluff/slopes to normal banks (especially if there is a point within that transition zone). I'd use a small medium diving crankbait (Norman Deep Diving Little N's are very effective this time of year) and work it slowly parallel to the steep bank first, then move to a small black/blue jig if the crankbait didn't work, then to a green pumpkin finesse worm on a shaky head if the jig didn't work.
Bumping stumps with a medium to deep diving crankbait along the edge of the creek winding through flats in the back of coves can be very effective this time of year too.
If they're not biting in the back of the pockets, start working your way to the main-lake. They should still be stacked in the creeks right now.