Jaquith Pond

Brownville, Piscataquis, Maine
MIDAS 0964

Area (acres):38
Perimeter (miles):1
Mean Depth (feet):9
Max Depth (feet):20
Delorme Page:42
Fishery Type:Warmwater
Invasive Aquatic Plant Infestation:None known

Other Lake & Watershed Information

Boating & Fishing Regulations for this and other Maine waters are available here.

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Help Lake Stewards of Maine track ice-in and ice-out dates for your lake!

Click here to see a map of completed form entries (surveys) on an interactive map, and learn how data is collected and used by Lakes Stewards of Maine.

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Invasive Aquatic Plants: Where are they?

As of early 2022, there were 7 species of invasive aquatic plants in Maine - in a total of 32 waterbodies (or groups of closely associated waterbodies). The most common taxon is Variable leaf milfoil (found in 25 waterbodies). Explore DEP’s maps and background materials.

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Hogan & Whitney Ponds: Close but dissimilar neighbors

Viewed from a drone or satellite image, one might expect that these 2 ponds would be as alike as “two peas in a pod”. But they are not. Find out why!

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“The Maine lake full of sunken steamboats”

During the boom years of tourism at Moosehead Lake, numerous steamboats offered cruises to visitors. By the 1940s, however, this industry was in decline and many of the boats were scuttled. BBC Travel has recently published an interesting piece about this history.

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Lake Stewards of Maine Webinars

Heavy Metals, PFAS, Cyanotoxins in Maine Lakes – Risk assessment approaches to Toxic Substances

Friday, August 12th, 2022 at 4:00 PM

Presented by Breana Bennett

This presentation will discuss how Maine CDC determines how much is too much chemical contamination in fish tissue and how that is considered in deriving fish consumption advisories. This will be discussed in the context of the statewide fish consumption advisory for methylmercury and the emerging PFAS contaminants. The presentation will also discuss the challenges in developing advisories for harmful algal blooms.

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Videos from past webinars:

Video: Panel: Experience of Alum Treatment as Lake Association (July 15, 2022)

Video: Overview of Climate Change in ME (June 17, 2022)

Upcoming Webinars shared here are free & open to the public!

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