The lake level is 555.92 and has dropped one inch in the last 24-hours with 1-1/2 generators running about 1/3rd the time during the day. The White River at Newport is at 6-ft. and about ready to dry up. The surface water temperature is 82-dregees and dropping slowly with the ambient temperatures remaining near 90 during the day and dropping to about 70 at night. The weather has been perfect except that we are very dry and the lake is in excellent condition for boating and swimming. Fishing has remained about the same with a mixed bag of fish being caught. Catfish, largemouth bass and Bluegill are getting better and Walleye and Temperate Bass are slowing and crappie and Kentucky Bass are about the same with a few Smallmouth being caught. Tom Kelly reports catching some nice bass in Float Creek on a plastic worm and Bink is catching about everything on his spoon. I dropped spoon sizes down to 1/8th ounce with 4-lb. clear line and am getting better results. It just takes it longer to go down and is harder to keep straight down but is getting better results than the 3/8th ounce for me now. It is also more difficult to tell if it is hung up on itself so check frequently. Most fish are in three different places. One being on 30+ ft. brush, two being on the bank in the evening and three on top both early and late outside brush and part way backs in the middle of the creeks. Many top-water fish are small but are fun to catch and release. I am seeing no temperate bass coming up. They are catching many very nice sized bluegill off my dock. Come on down. We will not charge you too much and our big pool is open and sparkling.