I know all this is gonna change after this week with the cold fronts, but if you are planning on going maybe this will start you in the right direction. I went out saturday and fished from daylight to around noon. I started in one of the coves on the eastern arm of the lake (that mountain creek runs in front of) and caught 7 within about 45 minutes on a squarebill in 4-5’ of water tight against wood. Water temp first thing was 75 just about everywhere i went in the am. At around 8:30 the squarebill bite died off and i caught one or two on a shakey head just backing off a bit. I ran around and tried fishing a couple of steep banks right next to walnut creek, but that was a bust. Around 11:00 i pulled up on a brushpile in 20’, drop shotted for about 2 hours, and caught 8 doing that. 15 was the total for the morning. Most were unders, with a couple squeaker slots mixed in. Looks like they’re in all different depths right now. Hopefully after this week they’ll make a mad dash for the creeks and we can see some 20-25 fish days.