Hey Brad have you ever heard of a wrench?
Alright Eric, lets make the best of this for you... what state park are you staying at?
If you are staying at the state part that is up at the end of the Grand Glaize arm then you can find acceptable water in the early AM. Be careful and do not go to the left of the ramp, the water gets real shallow. There is one cove heading away from the campground/state park a mile or two up on the right that is somewhat decent, but expect it to be frequented all weekend. I grew up on that lake every weekend and can give you some suggestions... the very far back of the little Niaguana arm, there is a short little straight away that is decent, the farther up the lake you go (away from the dam) the less traffic you will run into, but you have to get up to about 40-50mm before you will notice. Best advice... do like the locals and rent a jet ski and jump waves!