That is a tough offer. It is a small lake that doesn't allow motors so mapping it with a new generation sonar unit would take some time.
I ice fished it many times the past two years and here is what I found:
The boat ramp cove is a consistent 20-40 feet until it hits the 70-foot channel out in the middle.
The Dam area is consistently deeper (30-40), but it also has a channel down to 70 feet.
The coves on the north side have some 10 foot shelves that drop into 20 feet of water.
Left of the boat ramp there are some good flats. Around that big point there is a 10-foot flat on the west side.
North of that flat is more deeper water and channel.
The kokanee swim up and down the channel most of the time. They sort of circle around the deeper end as far as I can tell. One time I couldn't find them so they must head upstream to the upper part of the lake too at times??
While fishing for kokanee, there are trout 15 feet down at times.
The points and flats have trout as well.
I never went upstream to the canyon section. Not sure what is up there.
The photo is a school of kokanee while ice fishing the channel.