According to southernfishing.com, Lake Oconee is full, 82-89 degrees, stained from mid lake up to the rivers.
Bass fishing has been fair and dark green shaky head worms fished under docks on the main lake in 10-20 feet of water are working. Work the bait under the docks as far back as possible, making sure to contact all dock supports. Large crank baits worked on the humps on the south end of the lake will also produce some fish.
According to southernfishing.com, Lake Sinclair is full, 88 degrees and stained on the rivers and creeks.
Bass fishing has been fair and the most consistent bite is fishing points and brush piles. Deep crank baits and Carolina-rigged Zman Finesse worms have been best when fishing points near the river channel. Shaky head rigged Zman Finesse worms in green pumpkin color have been best when fishing brush piles and main river docks in 10-15 feet of water.
According to havefunfishing.com, Jackson Lake is 1.18 feet over full, 84 degrees and muddy. Bass fishing has been barely fair, although there is a fair top water bite early each day.