My brother and I decided to try out the secret pond I found in my last thread. We dragged the canoe in and set up camp and hit the water. We saw tiny fish (?) Jumping at the flies in the water all the way out in the middle so it looked promising. We quickly learned that the maximum depth had to be five feet or less. Most places about 2 feet.... There was no way any fish lived in here. There were tons of stumps in the water. Some that breeched and some that didn't but the culprits jumping at the flies had to be bullfrogs. The whole pond was a frog's paradise. They had endless stumps to hang out on across the whole pond and not a predator to worry about. There were lots and lots of these guys too. He was a brave and photogenic little durdle. His buddies, not so much. Then we realized why it was only 5 feet deep. There was a drain to not let the water get any higher. I wonder why? I wonder where it goes... We noticed there weren't many bugs around either. This being a frog and durdle paradise means that they were constantly munching all the mosquitos, but also... Venus flytraps along the entire shoreline all the way around. Even the plants eat the mosquitos here. I have never seen these in the wild and it was a cool experience.