You’ll find fish in either lake. Essentially they’re the same lake anyways.
I would say you stand a real good chance of catching a couple bass anywhere you try. They are pretty widespread throughout the lakes. Any shoreline with loose rock and/ or boulders is holding fish right now, if you add a weedline in there it’s even better.
I was up three weeks ago and at that point you couldn’t beat a topwater. I used a whopper Plopper and an Rapala X- rap popper.
Other lures that I use up there are husky jerks, X-raps, paddle tail plastics, small spinner baits, or anything small that imitates a crayfish.
If you find schooling fish busting bait on the surface you’re in for a good time. There is usually a lot of active fish in those areas. Early and late in the day is usually when I find them schooling.
The bass feed on two things mainly. Crayfish and ciscoe species. Some areas they’ll only bite crayfish imitations, some areas only minnow imitations will work. The last time I was up it was all about the minnow imitation type lures.
The best areas for me recently were rock piles and points that topped out in less than 10ft and were surrounded by relatively shallow sand bottom. Areas surrounded by deep water weren’t as productive for me.
It’s an intimidating body of water to search for fish being it all looks the same. There is fishy structure everywhere you look. I recommend staying extremely mobile. If you don’t catch a fish in a few casts keep moving. The fish will find you if you’re in the right area.