The lake level is 560.21 and has dropped over 3-inches in the last 24-hours with 1-1/2 generators running most of the time. More and more access and parking are opening up every day and we should be normal by the Holiday barring any big rains. This does not mean we are at a normal water level though and are still about 8-ft. high of where we should be this time of year. Surface water temperature is 86-87 degrees and appears clear from the surface but visibility is not good under water. If you are scuba diving stay on rocky points on the main lake. Fishing remains the same with the high pressure and sunny skies and waning moon. Live bait trollers are still killing limits of small stripers while cutting their own throats. They are getting smaller and smaller but nobody seems to care. I guess they will just move on to another lake and clean it out also when finished with this one. I am only finding crappie on a few brush piles but they are nice ones. I try and limit my catch to three or four and then move on and bass fish. Bass and catfish stay alive much better for release than crappie and walleye. Keep spooning the 30-35 ft. brush piles and then move back in the creeks with creature baits in the evening for bass. Listen to KTLO 97.9 FM at 8:45 AM on thursdays (tomorrow) for "Live in the Boat" by Bink's Guide Service for a lake condition and fishing report in real time. He will let you know what is happening and give you the tip of the week straight from the Lake. He fishes only atrificial bates and you do not have to get up at 4:AM and try and net shad, keep them alive in hot weather in a round tank, have a half dozen rods in rod holders, down riggers, planer boarts, balloons and troll all over the lake. Just get a 6-1/2 ft. medium heavy rod with 8-lb. test clear line, a good baitcaster or spinning reel and a few spoons and head out. You will catch more and more fish as your spooning technique improves.