Bee Lake: Crappie are still fairly slow, as they have been all year. Try jigging a minnow around fishing piers and fallen logs or around the outside edges of the cypress trees along the bank.
For bass, try using jigs or soft plastics around the fishing piers or cypress trees around the northern arm of the lake, or keep going up to the end of the lake and fish around the edge of the alligator weed. Crankbaits and spinnerbaits are other good bait choices to fish around structure. If the water is high and muddy, bass fishing can be really tough at Bee.
For bream try targeting tree stumps and cypress knees in 3-5 ft of water with a cricket or red worm.
Catfish can be caught along the bank, especially by anglers fishing off the road running along the northern arm of the lake. Use chicken livers or nightcrawlers, especially around inflowing pipes after a good rain.