Shallow fish will still be shallow, if not more so. They'll use any hard cover they can find, where there is a little current, as an ambush point. Deep fish won't be much affected, nor will the large schools of shad offshore with them. Although under cloudy, rainy conditions the deep fish will usually suspend. I like pitching a black/blue jig right next to every piece of visible, hard cover like stumps. If those stumps happen to be on a creek channel swing, all the better. Also a black/back chartreuse side squarebill and a black spinnerbait with a #6 gold Colorado blade. Whatever you throw, make contact with the cover/structure. Don't forget a buzzbait, too.
"Things turn out best for those who make the best of the way things turn out" - Zachary Troy Schrah - a young man with vision far beyond his years.