Not sure where the best place to put this is but i am going to throw it out here and see if i can get some feedback. A few years ago i made a large pond, was hoping to attract some waterfowl to it and maybe even use it for some hunting. Its got large grassy marshey areas, islands ect.Not too long ago i found out it was filled with chain pickerel. I beleive they migrated in naturally through a small stream when the water was high in the spring. Anyway my first question is will this pond still be any good whatsoever for waterfowl habitat or will these large predatory fish prevent any waterfowl from using my pond? Secondly is there anything i can do to improve the situation for example errecting nest boxes, planting some sort of aquatic food plant ect.To also clarify i'm not too picky about what kind of waterfowl i would be able to attract, anything will do, geese, mergansers, wigeon, black ducks ect.I posted this to the hunting forum as well but figured i would throw it out here as well since i am trying to get as much feedback as possible and i know quite a few members fish pickerel and have experience with them in the natural environment here in nova scotia.