Things have picked back up on Wylie the past week. This weekend I was able to fish Friday-Sunday and the fishing was hot on the lower to middle lake. The upper river arms were very muddy with lots of logs and limbs from the recent rains. There were a few good fish to be found, but the quantity seems to be in the creeks. The overall lake temperature is down about 10 degrees from what it was ten days ago and it is now in the 77-80 degree range. I fished the creeks Friday and Sunday, and had 20-25 fish catches both days. The fish seemed to be in, or that is where I caught them, pockets in 28-25 foot water. There were several creeks where I would not get a sniff for several hundred yards and then slam down 2-3 rods within minutes. Maybe those three were just hungry!!! Saturday was a big fish trip to some new water with some big baits. Not as many fish, but I did find a consistent blue bite. Overall I netted 49 fish in the three days. Size was really impressive on the lower lake Sunday. It has been a few months since I was able to land four 7-8 pound cats and numberous 5-6 pound fish on one trip. Baits seem to vary from one part of the day to another and from one part of the lake to another. Bream heads work great as always, but the fish seemed to be finicky about the steaks and white perch fillets. One creek they would work and the next they would not. Not real sure what the deal is there, but it pays to have a variety of baits in the water to see what is working. Overall the dark moon, the cooler weather, and the drop in lake temps seem to all be playing a part in the bite picking up on Wylie.