Ok, so I will dish out the scoop for everyone. I went yesterday morning to wade fish. First mistake of the day for sure. I had thought about bringing my canoe and paddling upstream, but when I saw the cfs rate I decided against it. That would not have been an issue after I was on the water and saw I could have coped with it. It was a mistake because everyone I saw catching them were on the bluff side under the house. I couldn't quite get over that far with the spinning rod. Up above where the water comes around the corner was moving fast and there were no eddies or anything to hide behind for them until a little further downstream. I saw all kinds of white bass jumping everywhere. I didn't see anything large getting caught however. Most looked to be small males. Now I did get to see a couple of nice stringers from boats, but they both told me those were caught between McCords and Blunks. So in other words it isn't ready to explode just yet, but very soon! Also talked with a guy who said he tore them up on Friday, went back on Saturday and didn't get a bite. I sure stunk as well! Ended up catching a small one and that was it. I feel for you Snagged since I gassed up and traveled about an hour to get there. I thought it was going to rain for sure since they were talking about a 60% chance. If I had known that I would have went to Okie land and tried my luck. Much closer for me. Like anywhere else, if they are on fire you can catch them, but it wasn't the case yesterday. I can definitely say though that they are in there and on the move.