The short answer is no because there is no "safe" route. There are preferred routes that 8 out of 10 times will result in not hitting something but the pathways are narrow and lake level has a major influence. I promise even seasoned veterans are touching cotton when they make they run north, generally speaking from Villages up.
I told a friend of mine it is like landing on a beach and having the commanding officer tell you, "Most of you are going to be fine but we know there are two or three land mines that we haven't been able to get rid of. Good luck on not being the ones to step on them." The north end of Palestine is a mine field. I had a guy in the boat with me who has fished the lake for many years showing me where to run going north a few years ago. Right after he told me, "Just aim at that pole and you are fine to run here" I hit a submerged stump with my lower unit running wide open.
There is no safe route, there are only "I take my chances and so far I have always been lucky" routes. People are running trails where they know they could practically reach over the side of the boat and touch stumps.