Johnson’s Pond is the largest impoundment pond on the Eastern Shore at 104 acres. It is fed by multiple tributaries, however the two principle tributaries form the lake’s north and east forks. These forks form a lower “main pool” which makes up the balance of the lake. The east fork is relatively shallow and featureless with the exception of rooted aquatic vegetation and a small amount of submerged timber. The north fork however, has better depth and more quality habitat including: trees, stumps, docks and rooted aquatic vegetation.