Since the arrival of the beaver sometime after World War II, almost all of thestreams have been dammed, dramatically increasing the amount of habitat. (J.K.Ingersoll, per. comm. 1962) reported poor catches of trout in Miller's Pond wheresmallmouth bass had been introduced.Island trout average small, but an occasional large one is caught. A 3.5 poundout was taken at Miller's Pond in the summer of 1962 (Ingersoll, per.comm.1962).Specimens examined: Bradbury Brook, 1.
(LeSueur)Local names: eelDistribution: Believed to be present in all drainage systems following directly intothe ocean.General: While no specimens were collected, Gesner reported that very largeeels were abundant in Eel Lake during his visit in the1839.Specimens examined: None.
Eastern banded killifish
(LeSueur)Local names: minnow, chub.Distribution: Miller's Pond, possibly other ponds and streamsGeneral: The only specimens of this species were obtained from Miller's Pond.As previously discussed this species may have been introduced as food for smallmouth bass.Specimens examined: Miller's Pond, 2 adults, 1 fry.