There is a small ramp on the right side of the culverts. If you fish the main lake you can do a ton of wade fishing. It's all shallow.
Before you go, study up on the federal side of the law. I wouldn't carry anything more than a folding pocket knife on the boat. They used to have a fixed blade knife length. If you see trash around you, pick it up. Otherwise you may very well wind up with a ticket for it.
In years past, it has been some of the best bass fishing in the state for chunky fish in numbers. The state's best kept secret in my opinion.
March is probably going to be a little early. Mid to late April is the time to go in the spring.
Wind and shallow water are a bad mix. That lake gets rough in a stiff spring wind. There is no chance of sinking.
I've had a 14 foot fiberglass boat ride up on a swell and sit smack on the sand bottom. Ride a swell and sit smack on the bottom. Over and over.