Ok, folks, HE CAN'T HAUL THE BOAT!!! THE LAKE IS TO EFFIN' LOW!
The city and the corps will determine what the level will be, not a heck of a lot a couple of hundred boaters can do in relationship to a drinking water supply of a major city.
the finger piers may not be strong enough at the aft to keep the boat "up". you may run into a situation where the ends of the fingers will "close" on the stern on your boat with the weight .
If the piers are "floaters" and the in-the-water-depth of them is enough, go for it if there are boats on both sides of your boat doing the same thing. Get some of those 4" nylon straps with the ratchet thingy to slip under the hull and try to raise it that way.
We are not primarily on earth to see through one another, but to see one another through
Some people are like slinkies: not really good for anything... but you can't help laughing when you push them down the stairs