The brook trout catch was less than the average for the last five assessments of this lake, but within the usual range for area brook trout lakes. The average size of brook trout was large for the lake and the area. These results can be partially explained by the fact that the lake was not stocked in 2009, so no one-year-old brook trout were present. Growth rates of brook trout had been good. The five age-2 fish averaged 14.2 inches long, and the single age-3 fish was 19.5 inches long.
Beginning in 2010, the lake will be stocked only in even years. As a result, beginning 2011, the summer population will consist of age-1 and age-3 fish in odd years, and age-2 and age-4 fish in even years. Age-4 brook trout are never abundant, and the species usually dies of natural causes before age 5.