This small pond is part of the Rock Island Ponds complex which borders the town of Rock Island off of Highway SR-28 and has a year-round open fishing season. Much of the shoreline is made up of dense cattails and therefore shore access is limited. These waters are managed primarily for bass and bluegill. This lake should offer limited catches of bass over 12 inches and bluegill 7 to 8 inches. Catchable-size (10 inches) rainbow trout are stocked annually in March and April. Expect fair trout fishing this year. Early-season trout angling (in March) may be slow due to cold-water temperatures.
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