At Cedar Bluff, all fishing is reported as fair. The spawn is winding down, and the crappie and white bass bite has slowed considerably. Anglers are reporting largemouth bass fishing is good at times fishing tubes and weightless plastic baits in shallow water. Anglers are catching quality channel catfish lakewide, but the bite is still rated as fair.

At Keith Sebelius, anglers are reporting good success fishing for walleye and saugeye in the Marsh Dike area and in Leota Cove using worms. Wiper fishing is good along the dam and on the east side of Leota Cove. Crappie fishing is also being reported as good with the highlight on the Schoen's cove area. Anglers are having their best success using white jigs tipped with a minnow.

At Kirwin, anglers are reporting walleye fishing is good at times with a handful of limits reported using jig and worm combinations on the flats and on both ends of the dam

At Webster, walleye fishing still is reported as excellent using jig and worm combinations on the flats and submerged road beds. Some anglers are reporting good success on walleye using crankbaits in the flooded brush and trees. White bass and wiper fishing is reported as good lakewide. Anglers are catching some channel catfish in the coves and around the rocks near the new breakwater structures using minnows and worms under a bobber close to the banks.

At Lake Wilson, fishing is reported as good for walleye, white perch and black bass. Anglers are reporting catching walleye at a variety of depths down to 30 feet using jig and worm combinations. Anglers still are catching white perch along with the walleye. Smallmouth bass fishing is still good on rocky points and around the flooded vegetation using curly-tailed jigs.

At Rooks State Fishing Lake, channel catfishing is still reported as good.

At Sheridan State Fishing Lake, Largemouth bass fishing is reported as good using plastic worms and crankbaits in shallow water. Crappie and bluegill fishing is reported as good fishing minnows and worms around the flooded stumps and brush.

At Scott State Fishing Lake, all fishing is rated as fair, but some anglers are reporting their best success fishing for sunfish using worms under a bobber near the weed lines.