APACHE: Lake elevation is 1,908 feet (94-percent full).
Water is being drawn from Roosevelt Lake to assist in dispersing the persistent golden algae blooms.
Fishing could be good for yellow bass on jigs and spoons. Gold KastMasters can work especially well. Fish for them around balls of shad in 20-60 feet of water. Cut bait also works well for them.
Majority of bass are in post spawn, as is the case at all central Arizona lakes. Bring a variety of baits. Spinners have been successful with smallmouth bass. Crankbaits and jigs also have been effective. Keep a top-water lure handy in cast you see bass chasing shad at the surface it can happen any time of day this time of year.
Try reaction baits in the morning and during afternoons, jigs or dropshots. Not a bad time to drift along and throw crankbaits or spiinnerbaits.
Various jigs also can be effective try crawdad imitations. Points, islands and rocky structures tend to hold the majority of largemouth bass keep moving.
Walleye fishing could be decent at first and last light using nightcrawler rigs, or jigs tipped with a worm. Apache is also full of some really nice yellow bass. Try gold KastMasters or yellow/gold Rooster Tails.