@Max, it is easiest to use a spinning rod for the double fluke rig, in med or med/heavy. The big ones can get you wrapped up in the grass so 30 lb braid for main ...more line and 20 lb flouro for leaders. Try it out in your part of the US it should work well.
Double fluke rig is a fluke on a leader that is tied to a barrel swivel then tied to main line, with a barrel swivel that can slide up the main line also with a ...more leader and a second fluke. You can look on you tube and see it also. You twitch it through the hay grass. It is deadly on bass this time of year.
I am using a half ounce spinner baits with a single Colorado blade, letting it sink near bottom then slow roll it and stop occasionally. Strikes usually come on ...more the pauses. No trailer, just a trailer hook. Using both white/chartreuse and chartreuse with gold blade.
Caught 10 on points in 20 to 25 ft on c-rigs with wat/red baby brushhogs. Up shallow in 12 to 15 caught 5 on cranks Bagley DB3 in chili craw. Lake is still ten ft ...more high, but they are pulling water and it is very slowly falling.
Caught several on a-rigs and vibrating jig. Lake is very high and only a few ramps are still open. If you are coming to Rayburn be very careful running the lake, ...more there are a lot of floaters and debris.
Andy, the southend below like Caney/Veach is clearing up, above that to north of the bridge is progressively mudder but definitely fishable. Believe it or not the ...more dirty water is producing better.