If you're heading to the dam from the main lake the cliffs are on your right at the very last boat house on your right. Start looking about 100 feet before that boathouse and fish all the way to that point. Spider rigging with minnows is the most efficient way to catch those fish this time of year because they aren't holding tight to the brush like Palestine crappie normally do. The river channel is very close to the bank there and the water gets very deep very quick. I was out there two weeks ago and it was packed full of boats so I assume people are catching them. It's very hit or miss there, but when it hits it's very very good fishing. There is a lot of brush out there and there is also a good pile right in front of that dock. That dock is in 20' of water I think it's the deepest water dock on the lake. Hope that helps.