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I was there. Made a dive all the way around the lake.
I was wondering how most people dive the lake? I have made about a dozen dive at TL in the last month and we normally just follow perimeter of the lake at a deep of about 25'-30'.
We were there, too. Viz was horrible, especially on the west end where the platforms are. It's hard to stay off the bottom when you can't see your own fins. It was worse at the deeper parts. The second dive we went to the bus on the east end and the viz was a bit better, maybe 10 feet. I think the runoff from the rain is still stirring it up. We were in at 9AM so it wasn't the people causing it.
I've heard there's really nothing in the middle, everything is along the edges.