August 12th I decided to fish in the worst condition possible. The middle of the day, temperatures in them mid 90's, winds from the east, and a rising barometer. Water temps on Wylie are 90-93 degrees. The bite fit the conditions. I caught eight fish in seven hours. Very slow. Four of the fish came within 50 yards of each other in the back of a creek in around five feet of water. I tried the main lake, deep holes, flats, humps, creeks, and river arms and all were equally poor. I had bream and white perch, and there was little preference between the two. Lots of water covered and very few fish caught. Tomorrow may be a different story, but I would be betting on taking a night trip instead of trying the daytime bite right now if you are wanting to fish on Wylie. The lake is 5.3 feet below full pond and as low as it has been in a couple of years. Some boat ramps are dangerously low, so watch the trailer when you back in. Right now South Point access seems to be the best bet.