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Jordan Mill Pond is located in Scott County, Minnesota. This lake is 17 acres in size. It is approximately 7 feet deep at its deepest point. When fishing, anglers can expect to catch a variety of fish including Bluegill, Northern Pike and Walleye.
NOTE: This list may not be all inclusive of all speices present in Jordan Mill Pond.
Jordan Mill Pond contains a large population of black crappies. The average size of these fish was found to be 6.7 inches in length. Bluegill abundance is considered within normal levels for this type of lake. The average length of bluegills was 5.6 inches. Both species have been stocked into Jordan Mill Pond since the late 1050s. White crappies were captured in normal numbers and averaged 8.1 inches in length. One golden shiner, one hybrid sunfish, and two yellow perch were also sampled. One walleye and two northern pike were sampled in the trapnets. The walleye measured 22.6 inches in length, and the northern pike measured 30.6 and 31.7 inches respectively. These fish most likely were a result of illegal stocking. Local residents reported that individuals have stocked fish from Sand Creek into Jordan Mill Pond.
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