At Cedar Bluff, fishing for channel catfish is reported as good using cut bait and worms on the shallow flats and around the rocks near the bluffs. Walleye fishing is reported as good using jig and worm combinations in 12 to 18 feet of water on points and roadbeds. White bass and wiper fishing is reported as good throwing small white jigs and small spoons around schools of surface-feeding fish in the mornings and evenings.

At Keith Sebelius, crappie fishing is reported as good using jigs and minnows in Galentine Cove, Leota Cove, Schoens Cove and around the public fishing docks. Anglers are also catching crappie using jigs and worms in Concrete Cove.

At Kirwin, anglers are reporting good success fishing for white bass and wipers using curly-tailed jigs around the corners of the dam and off Bluegill and Crappie Points. Crappie fishing is reported as good using jigs and minnows under a bobber in the coves on the north shore and around the fish attractors.

At Webster, fishing for white bass and wipers is reported as good using jigs and minnows around the bridge near Bow City, around the fish attractors, in the Lakeview area and off the corners of the dam. Walleye fishing is reported as good drifting with jig and worm combinations in 8 to 12 feet of water.

At Wilson, walleye fishing is reported as good using jig and worm combinations on deeper breaks. Largemouth bass fishing is also reported as good using spinnerbaits, top-water baits and soft plastics in the coves. Smallmouth bass fishing is also reported as good using top-water baits, curly-tailed grubs and small spinnerbaits along vegetation edges and around rocky points.