I would say it's a typical upground res. Nearly all structure is rocks at the shoreline. It does have some bottom contour that can hold fish at times. The Southeast corner used to have a lot of weeds but they seem to be gone now.
From the shore you are likely to catch crappie, bass, channel cats, bluegill and an occasional walleye.
The crappie are pretty small and even the 10" ones tend to be rather thin but there are a LOT of them.
I'll be heading there tonight with the boat once the storms pass.
Ended the night with ten crappie, one nice perch, three channel cats, three jumbo gills and three walleye. Lost a couple eyes at the boat and threw back a couple small ones.
It was a beautiful evening and the bugs were not bad at all.