A unique heritage strain of wild brook trout are found in Little Tupper Lake and Rock Pond. These waters provide wilderness fishing experiences since no motors are allowed.
Both are NO KILL waters where special regulations call for artificial lures only.
There are 3- to 5-pound brookies in Little Tupper, but larger numbers in Rock Pond, which drains into Little Tupper. Rock Pond is located at the southwestern end of Little Tupper, a seven mile paddle from the access point on the northeastern end of Little Tupper. Little Tupper is a relatively shallow lake, so winds can create choppy water.
Rock Pond allows ice fishing for Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, and Pumpkinseed.