Little River isn't far from Devils Elbow, just north on the lake past the 68 bridge and Little River will be on the right a couple miles up the lake. Lots of protection in there and some good fishing too.
You may want to try some of the bays and creeks south of there. Try Donaldson and Fords creeks. Donaldson has a road bed the runs across the bay just after you enter you get inside the creek mouth with lots of brushpiles on it. Get a Hotspot map and find it with electronics, follow it out until yoy pick up some piles and mark them.
Fords has good structure too. That section of the lake can be awesome in both spring and fall.
Be very careful running the lake that time of year, with the low water levels many places you could run before will be hazardous. Stay well inside the buoys when running and if your not sure where you are at any time, stop the boat. Make sure you know ahead of time how to approach creek openings and how to read the buoys for the creek mouths. I know several guys that know that lake pretty good that have beached themselves and/or tore up props in the fall. Be safe and good luck.