Fly fishing season is just kicking off so let's make it a good season.
Have a happy fishing day.
Luckily those dinky bass will grow up.
"Think like a fish.....no matter how crazy it gets!"
I appreciate your optimism, but dinky bass will NOT grow up if there is a population problem. Many a body of water mismanaged is replete with big-headed, short-bodied runts due to mass proliferation and limited food chain.
I have no experience with this lake in particular, but wanted to point out that SMALL bass are not inherently YOUNG bass waiting to turn into lunkers. Conditions must be favorable in order for that desirable outcome to be realized...
EDIT: Here's a very simplistic link that has some pix and a basic explanation. It's actually a fairly common issue.
It may be the heat, light, pressure, people keeping bass since April, I don't know. That's why no answer.
I suspect that is why no one answered.
I either go high for trout or low for cats this time of year.
The mid elevation lakes, (Rock, Jordonelle, DC,), I just don't catch much until fall.