i’d check out the first deep water ledge off the spawning beds, might be some post spawners there. u could use several different baits.
if you are hunting for fish, use something you can fish fast and cover water in various depths, ie spinnerbait, lipless, crankbait or even a swimming jig. once you find some biters, then you can slow down and drop shot em.
if you have KVD’s bass strategies book, read what he says about the pleasure boaters and skiers. the cooler temps and rain and cloud cover might actually turn the fish on as long as you are not on the back end of the cold front.
docks and buoys are always a good place to try, since largermouth tend to be heavier than smallies, if you can boat a few of them, might just be enough.
have a tube tied on for the sandy grass bottoms and rock piles, either match the color of the bottom or crawdad color or usual color selection with water color and weather conditions. go by your gut instincts and your depth finder, wear that depth finder out.
Main thing is be safe and have fun, GL!