Doesn't look very good. I went out there once with my boat and tried to find fish with my electronics and saw very little. Didn't even bother to wet a line.
From 2014 TPWD survey report:
Prey species: Gizzard and Threadfin Shad are present in the reservoir. However, catch rates of these species remain low. The primary forage base was sunfishes. The total catch rate of Bluegill was the lower than previous surveys, while the catch rate of Longear Sunfish has fluctuated over the last three years. Redear Sunfish abundance increased in the reservoir.
Catfishes: Channel Catfish are present in the reservoir. Catch rates were low despite several stockings since 2004. Flathead Catfish were present. Blue catfish are not present in Marine Creek.
White Bass: Past gill netting surveys documented a small population of White Bass present in Marine Creek. In 2014, White Bass catch was the highest on record since sampling began in 2002. Two distinct modes likely indicate two or more year classes.
Black basses: Spotted Bass abundance has declined in the reservoir. The electrofishing catch rate of Largemouth Bass has varied over the past three years but always exceeded 100 fish/hour. The catch rate of fish > 14 inches in length has remained low.
White Crappie: The White Crappie population continued to exhibit fluctuations in abundance with trap net catch rates lower than in previous years.
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Then He made the earth round...and He laughed and laughed and laughed!