Head down to Squaw Creek one day, take along the worms and really some terminal tackle rigging similar to what you'd use for panfishing. What seems to work is a drop shot set-up, or a bobber/weight/hook affair . . . using a small hook for their relatively small mouths.
They are really getting large down there. A friend caught 2 on a fishing trip with a guide this past fall in the 3 to 4 pound range. I have caught a couple in that range, nearing 3 lbs., bank fishing.
During the summer, they congregate way back up in the feeder creeks also in the coves. Some interesting videos on YouTube showing some huge number catches.
There are fish cleaning stations near the boat ramp so a guy could literally fill an ice cooler full of cleaned fish on a good day.
There is a no-throw-back policy on the lake: either take them to eat or leave them on the bank. That tells you how prolific they are.