I asked that very same question about 15 years ago...NO was the answer then and still is the answer...So I had to learn the lake myself, with the help of a local friend. My advice, If you want to fish Aquilla, go find someone that knows the lake, because it is a dangerous lake if you don't know how to get around. At least, remember this advice...go slow, take extra food/water, warm clothes, go in a boat that can handle stumps, and wear your life vest. I can't tell you the number of times I started out to fish for a couple of hours and ended up in a cove waiting out the weather for 8 hours or more. Just saying, go prepared in case you have to stay awhile.
While learning the lake, stay on the main lake (dam area) south of the two main boat ramps. There are Corps brush piles and coves in this part of the lake that will produce crappie. You can work your way North as you gain comfort with the lake. If you want to go up the creeks, understand it is a full day trip, so make sure you have time to devote to it. Good luck and be safe.