The current water temperature is about 45 degrees with 1-2 feet visibility and the reservoir depth is typical for this time of year.
Trout are picking up with the cooler water temperatures, (just from shore) the most success is being had using the typical baits; worms, power bait, and kastmasters.
Walleye action is slow, but can still be caught from a boat trolling deep 30', with something shiny. Watch the sizes, many of what are being caught are undersized.
Some Channel Catfish are being caught off of Catfish Flats and the Gravel Ponds using cut bait, frozen shrimp, and other typical catfish baits.
Large and Small Mouth Bass have gone deep for the season, like the Walleye. Although you may still have a bit of luck from a boat. Try fishing the underwater gravel ponds/springs in the south wakeless. Try trolling deep with crank baits or jigging with scented plastics.
Carp are being caught at the Rox Cove/Plum Creek inlet using flys and stink bait. No reports of Crappie.