Crappie were biting around the boat houses and piers, but have slowed some. Fishing has been sporadic; you may go out and catch two, or 10-15, but generally no more than that. Some anglers have had success with spider rigs fished deep.
No reports on bass this week, and the bite is going to be slow, but afternoon fishing will be best. With the cold water temperatures, bass will still be deep and staying tight to cover. Try under docks and piers with small jigs, Texas-rigged soft plastics, or shaky heads. Blue, black, or junebug colors are best. Also, small shad-colored crankbaits or spinnerbaits fished slowly could produce strikes.
No reports on catfish this week, but as always, liver and worms fished on the bottom are a good option.
No reports on bream this week, but crickets fished around any structure such as piers or brush can be productive. Tightlining with worms is a good way to catch Redear.
A lake depth map with fish attractor locations is vailable at: http://www.mdwfp.com/fishing-boating/lake-depth-maps.aspx- click on the Eagle Lake PDF.