Dartmouth (49.9%): is certainly accessible but reports have been pretty thin on the ground.
The only firsthand report I have was from a mate who trolled gudgeons and actually caught a couple of big ones, unfortunately, they were both carp!
I'm sure if you snuck up with a downrigger and fished at a bit of depth you'd have some success though. There were still a few yabbies about so that would make a trip up worthwhile anyway.
Streams: are a bit of an unknown quantity at the moment. Recent rain events were reasonably widespread but at time of writing, we haven't heard much about which ones have been affected badly and which ones haven't.
Those systems that hadn't been affected by fire will certainly have appreciated the freshen-up that's for sure.
Lake Hume (20.3%): has been pretty reasonable of late with some decent feeds of reddies caught. Yabbs and worms are as good as any and don't be scared to fish the shallow, as we've heard of fish coming in from as little as three metres.
They're still trolling the odd reddie, yella and cod too and it's a great way to find a school of reddies if you're not into tree hopping. There's plenty of fish getting caught in the open so keep an eye out for any bird activity.
The Murray: below Albury has been great for cod fishos, particularly those angling a bait or two. There's a lot of little blokes but there's also a few keepers.