At Cedar Bluff, the spawn is currently under way and crappie fishing is reported as good at times using jigs and minnows in shallow water. White bass and wiper fishing is reported as good using slab spoons and bucktail jigs on the main lake points.

At Keith Sebelius, wiper fishing is reported as good using jigs and spinners in Leota Cove. Largemouth bass fishing also is reported as good using spinnerbaits, soft plastics and swim baits in the coves and along the dam.

At Kirwin, walleye fishing is reported as good using jigs and worms in the Railroad Flats area and along the dam. White bass and wiper fishing also is reported as good using crankbaits lakewide. Crappie fishing is reported as good to excellent at times using jigs and minnows in spawning areas.

At Webster, crappie fishing is reported as good using jigs and minnows lakewide. Walleye fishing is reported as good using jig and worm combinations in the Bow City area and along the dam. White bass and wiper fishing is reported as good using diving lures and jigs on the north shore, along the dam and near the double mushroom area.

At Wilson, striped bass fishing is reported as good using live bait, curly-tailed jigs and bucktail jigs from Lucas Point to the dam. Walleye fishing is reported as good using jig and worm combinations on the flats and roadbeds. Largemouth bass fishing is reported as good using spinnerbaits, jig and pork combinations and soft-plastic swim baits in shallow water lakewide. Smallmouth bass fishing is reported as good using curly-tailed jigs, and crankbaits along the rocky points and shorelines lakewide.