Bass fishing is good. The lower lake fish are shallow to mid depth and are starting to school in the creek mouths over deeper water, as smaller pods of bait are starting to form. We have been catching these schooling fish on pearl Zoom white flukes, Sammy 115 in Ghost Minnow, and the Sworming Hornet Fish Head Spin. When the bite slows, switch to a drop shot finesse worm in Morning Dawn Red. Focus on bridge pilings or points on the side the drops the sharpest for this bite. There are also fish being caught on a Sworming Hornet Fish Head Swarm Umbrella Rig. Consider using Fish Head Spins as your swim bait hooks to provide more flash to your rig. We have also been catching some fish under and around docks by pitching worms and jigs around them. Now that the shallow water back in the creeks has started to stabilize, the black popping frog bite along with a skinny dipper retrieved on the surface has started to work again.