White bass/Largemouth: they are schooling everywhere early morning and evening on flats adjacent to deeper water. Caught quite a few nice ones on smaller topwater baits. "Walk the dog" style baits (spooks) seem to be the best. If they disappear on the surface, be patient. The school will likely fire back up within 15 minutes, but don't stop casting in the area as they are still cruising and can be fooled when the frenzy slows down. When the topwater bite isn't going, bass are very SHALLOW in heavy wood/weed cover. Surprisingly, less than 3 feet. Try flipping a jig slow into the trees and hold on tight!
Saugeye: very good. Had several days with over 70 fish this week. Not many keeper size (I throw them all back anyway) but there are numbers. The key is to find deeper wood in 12-20 feet. I had my best luck with a chartreuse 1/16 jig head hand half a crawler. Lindy rigs are also working well, but they are difficult to keep snag free in the trees.
Musky: I didn't fish for them, but from talking to others the bigger fish are on the move and biting. I can't offer much help here, but it seemed like most anglers are covering water quickly by trolling. Open water fish can be suspended many different places in the water column around the dam. Weedlines adjacent to flats should also hold fish. Deeper spinnerbaits of heavy buck tails should likely raise a few.
Good Luck. Enjoy the outdoors. Be nice to each other and post your catches!