The lake is about 180 acres and it fishes "small" meaning that I just don't think there'd be room for more than about 10 boats and maybe another 10 kayaks/canoes at any given time. I think they only allow 15 boats on the water, boats not kayaks, at a time. Once the water warms up, on weekends the swimmers more or less do away with fishing opportunities from the boat launch around the swimming platform to the fishing pier and a bit beyond. Bank fisherman can work beyond that point around to the north and west to find some opportunities. And, the lake has 5 coves, as I recall, none are particularly large and if there were more than 2 boats in most of them, they'd be dodging around each other if they were trolling. Then both sides of the spillway, there is only room for a couple of boats. The little rock island? Room for a couple of boats and/or kayaks to work its edges. After that, there are a few other areas like banks to fish . . . then deep water.
I think they have it priced about right to gain full capacity. Gosh, if they ever dropped the entrance fees significantly and allowed power boating, that lake would devolve into a mess very quickly.