Improvements At Johnsons Mill Pond Precede Major Trout Plant

Some much-needed improvements to the fishing dock at Johnsons Mill Pond preceded the pond’s largest trout plant of the year – 3,000 legal and 50 16-inchers, or trophy trout.

The most-needed improvement was repairing the walkway to actually reach the dock.

The most-needed improvement was repairing the walkway to actually reach the dock.

Virtually all of the increased fishing pressure at the pond has been directed at the recently planted trout - leaving the largemouth bass, bluegills, yellow perch, brown bullheads and crappies in the 100 acre pond completely ignored.

Virtually all of the increased fishing pressure at the pond has been directed at the recently planted trout – leaving the largemouth bass, bluegills, yellow perch, brown bullheads and crappies in the 100 acre pond completely ignored.

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