Sharky’s Cove is one of a limited number of places on the South side of the lake you can do a shore dive from. To find it first go to the South side of the lake on 77S and look for the twin control towers. One is at the edge of the water and made of concrete. The other stands in the water near the concrete tower and is made of steel beams. They are both easily visible from 77S. From the towers head West on 77S. Less than 100 yards West are four crude ramps that lead to a rough road and then a rocky parking lot. You’ll have to have a vehicle with some clearance to go down and up the ramps. If not there are places on 77S near the ramps that any vehicle can park. From the parking lot there are two ways to get to the water. Straight North from the parking lot is a path with steep rocks that some, but not all, divers will feel comfortable using. The steep rock path allows the fastest access to the best sites. If that path seems too risky there is a short path that leads West through the woods that pretty much any one can use. Once in the water this site has a little bit of everything as lake dives go. Around 100 yards to the west are four wrecks (including a large house boat) around 30-40ft, a training platform, and a shark sculpture. The bottom terrain is varied from sandy/sily, rock rubble of any size from pebble to boulders, and even cliffs with a overhang. There is even a small cave but it’s too small to go through wearing typical scuba equipment. Depths are anything you choose. There are pockets as deep 100ft deep in the middle of the lake but expect boats over your head at that point. Marine life is rich in this area. The steel tower is easily reachable and usually attracts many fish. Most boaters don’t seem interested in this area and usually keep their distance and only rarely come close to shore. Viz can range from crystal clear to inches. As long as there haven’t been recent and heavy rains it’s almost always divable.