#838 SERIOUS Pond Problems, This is Going To Be a Lot of Work

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Outdoors With The Morgans

3 ай мурун

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Little pole saw work, String Trimmer Work, some fishing, and I also fixed up the road in front of the pond with the Kubota BX 23S and Box Blade at the old pond. The Pond is in need of some serious repair and tonight I came up with a plan.
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Kevin Mason
Kevin Mason Ай мурун
Tube baits are really good for catching bass
Ernest Brilhart
Ernest Brilhart 2 ай мурун
Watching your videos are addictive! They are educational and entertaining. My wife would not let me buy all the equipment you own. We use a Mahindra EMax 22 with a bucket to handle our needs to manage our 40 acres in Missouri. It's a great tractor, but seeing your Kubotas. I am looking to upgrade to a Massey Ferguson 30 hp with a backhoe accessory.
Barry Rhoads
Barry Rhoads 3 ай мурун
Pond needs to be fertilized.
Shane Reynolds
Shane Reynolds 3 ай мурун
This all seems like the best opportunity for a Morgan and LetsDig18 Collaboration!
Biff's Equipment
Biff's Equipment 3 ай мурун
Great video guys!
Casey 3 ай мурун
Hi when you are digging out the dirt from the pond maybe rent a conveyor belt so you don’t have to handle the dirt twice.
Tree Climber
Tree Climber 3 ай мурун
I don’t think a 15” pipe is adequate for a flood stage pond event. Hopefully the 20 is adequate for the Stream under the road, with the Added 15” from the pond.
Ohio outdoors
Ohio outdoors 3 ай мурун
300 bucks in concrete, verses 500+ in pipe... Concrete is cheap and you could do it even cheaper if you also incorporated large flat rocks if your property has them. It doesn't have to be 6 inches thick. A simple 3-4 pour, it's a spillway not a garage floor.
Brisdad53 3 ай мурун
91 degrees? It was 112 today in Palm Springs, but last Sunday we reached 121. The pool is over 90 degrees. If I was at your 4th of July show, I'd have been wearing a jacket!
Bluetunder40 3 ай мурун
Love the straps Idea Mike Definitely going to pick some up . Well with the link I just did ..Thanks Mike for spending my money lol
Real Airplane
Real Airplane 3 ай мурун
I guess they call this a bandaids fix.
the lawn man
the lawn man 3 ай мурун
When you read or machine maybe you can move so big boulders and use that as a spillway instead of having a poor concrete if you find a couple of really nice site folders might be album put the men instead just a thought anyway glad to see the old pond again. Say hello to hunter in the rest of the family from northeast PA have A-day.
Tony Morel
Tony Morel 3 ай мурун
Love the grading work. We’re going to have to hire something in to get access down the last 100ft to the meadow. Wish Simple Strap had a uk distributer. The shipping doubles the price.
USSBB62 3 ай мурун
Ain't going to work. You better get smart and watch Chris. I have never seen in my 72 Years of dirt work anything go right when the Client says I don't want to spend a lot of money. You do it right or just don't do it. Doing it right will always cost more but it won't cost you a fortune when something goes wrong and it will if your fooling with water and Mother Earth.
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans 3 ай мурун
I have moved a little dirt in my day as well, Have a little faith
USSBB62 3 ай мурун
That extra dirt at the head of the pond should go great to fill in the hole. Don't forget to compact it. Then add the to thicken the dam so it has some strength !!! As everybody says. Watch a few Letsdig18 and you'll get the idea how to do it right...
Hughie Hanifen
Hughie Hanifen 3 ай мурун
Chris all the way from let’s dig. What a video that would make. That guy knows his stuff no question about it,Absolutely a no brainer.
Ben Dover
Ben Dover 3 ай мурун
Do you have trouble with Beavers around your property ?? ... Sometimes they can cause lots of problems !!!
Dave Bruins
Dave Bruins 3 ай мурун
Sorry about the issues with the pond....but man... I love these types of videos.
Randy Wilson
Randy Wilson 3 ай мурун
Those lay downs r a good thing in a pond
Stephen Poole
Stephen Poole 3 ай мурун
Maybe you need a siphon system pipe and concrete grouted rip rap spillway.
Wayne Coley
Wayne Coley 3 ай мурун
Mike, I really dislike you right now because you make grading with a box blade look so easy! I cannot get that good a job done with my tractor an blade. Maybe I haven’t had enough seat time to get good yet?
Richard Eastin
Richard Eastin 3 ай мурун
Sorry, but I made my suggestion before you said you didn’t want to go concrete.
Richard Eastin
Richard Eastin 3 ай мурун
Someone may have already suggested this, but you might consider using concrete cloth or concrete canvas for your spillway.
Red Rhino
Red Rhino 3 ай мурун
Standpipes have worked well on our four ponds, BUT, we built cages around the openings. Also with sleeves can vary water depth depending on conditions.
Terry Pancyrz
Terry Pancyrz 3 ай мурун
Hey Mike ,how about a rip-rap spillway ? That little Kabota has some pretty good power, pulling with the box blade and digging with the loader at the same time! Ya little squirt has some Ba..s ! Great video as usual !
Hunter Logan
Hunter Logan 3 ай мурун
great walking thru ur pond thoughts. many ads ... tho
Blake Grant
Blake Grant 3 ай мурун
Random question: You said you wear Ariat boots 16 hours a day. What model do you like/use? Thanks!
Jim Charles
Jim Charles 3 ай мурун
Where I grew up there was a natural lake every where you turned and now I live on the Atlantic Ocean. Needless to say I can’t give any worthwhile advise. Although, I would welcome the challenge were I in your shoes. God speed.
Kevin Coop
Kevin Coop 3 ай мурун
I suggest you contact KGpostr, Letsdig18 , and get his opinion of how to do the overflow. Chris will definitely know what to do.
horse1066 3 ай мурун
My Dad said just poke your fingers in there, if you can get two fingers in then it’s good, if you can get three fingers in then it’s too loose
Karl Schupp
Karl Schupp 3 ай мурун
Fixing to rain here in louisville. I learned the hard way to put a dozen bags of concrete around your pipe to keep water from flowing around it...
james ormand
james ormand 3 ай мурун
lay down trees for support of hoe
james ormand
james ormand 3 ай мурун
rip rap rock to slow down water
Matthew Doran
Matthew Doran 3 ай мурун
Tick check! 😊
Wendell Crabtree
Wendell Crabtree 3 ай мурун
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Robert Sponaugle
Robert Sponaugle 3 ай мурун
Mike, i have put in serval ponds, and I don't put any drain pipe I can not see through. also use a pipe that is smooth inside so things don't hang up on pipe. I usually put in two drains one where I want the water level to be, and one for over flow with a lot of water.
Kelly Hart
Kelly Hart 3 ай мурун
I know you used a temporary one once to drain the level down but you might think about installing a permanent siphon drain to keep your drain pipe from getting covered over with debris. As the pond level rises, the air vent is submerged and a siphon is established which greatly increases the flow rate. Once the level comes down, the vent is exposed and the siphon is broken. Here’s an example. www.southernpond.pro/siphon-systems
randal phillips
randal phillips 3 ай мурун
Mike, I have a camp in Ms. and the road leading to house has some soft spots when it rains. The whole road needs a good layer of gravel. What do you suggest for these weak spots to make them hard like the rest of the road? Road is 1100ft lg.
Keith Dorrell
Keith Dorrell 3 ай мурун
Nice work Mike, maybe think about leaving some trees in the pond for fish habitat, they need somewhere to hide from Avian and other predators you may have there.
Jeffrey Plum
Jeffrey Plum 3 ай мурун
This is a very nice video. The pond reminds me of the one my grandfather dug on his farm in West Virginia. It was spring fed and supported swarms o0f bluegills. He used them for Channel Cat bait on the North branch of the Potomac. Mining had killed the fishing locally. He used to stock it with channel ctats, by local fished them out without permission. He had no overflow problem. Crawfish , were trouble. They dug holes through its banks, just enough for steady leaks. It was no swimming pool, but s kids we didn't mind it. Being Melissa free, I can only give it a B+. That sunshine would look much better bouncing off her smile. Or bring out all the beauty of her lovely mane. You know it really doesn't fly away as she complains when it is loose. Nature just tries to give her a proper halo to go with that angelic, vibrant spirit. Wild and natural or neatly braided, it is lovely. I understand she prefers it well tamed, but loose and free has its charms. Now I am off to see who did the Melissa Morgan interview on " Off the Leash". That one is overdue. God ?Bless and Protect you all.
Robert Nelson
Robert Nelson 3 ай мурун
Watch how this guy does it.........kgpost.info/will/video/laW7wmOMnKiYesk
greg hurrell
greg hurrell 3 ай мурун
dirt perfect may be another option he has a you tube channel
wesgallegos G
wesgallegos G 3 ай мурун
Mike, thanks for your videos! As always, very well put together and very informative. I am a new property owner w/little property experience and I have an acre pond and your videos are very helpful!!! Keep up the good work! ~w.g.
Roger Cyr
Roger Cyr 3 ай мурун
If you were to do that pond job here in Eastern Ontario Canada at this time of year, you'd be eaten alive by deer flies and mosquitos...seriously
Nathan Brodeur
Nathan Brodeur 3 ай мурун
Mike why not raise the level of the pond and make a watering hole for the deer in the shade with a second overflow pipe that feeds the watering hole and on the side you just fixed the trail put a gate valve for controlling the amount of over flow in light and heavy rains on 2 runs of 18 inch pipe
David DeSimone
David DeSimone 3 ай мурун
Pump out pond totally , dredge totally trees everything m once and done
David DeSimone
David DeSimone 3 ай мурун
Someone needs a Kubota excavator on site with the tractors 24/7
Jacob DeMoss
Jacob DeMoss 3 ай мурун
Instead of handling dirt with excavator put dump trailer behind 5400 save some work and you can move it were you need
Dwight Arnold
Dwight Arnold 3 ай мурун
I think ChrIs from Letsdig and Mike would have a good time working together on the Pond Project!
Towerjokey Tower
Towerjokey Tower 3 ай мурун
Could you use the dump trailer, so you don't need to move the dirt twice? I think you would want it on the back of the MX5400 tractor. Your going to cut a road down to the pond correct, so I would think that would work. Do you think you would want to make the pond deeper?
Dick Hansen
Dick Hansen 3 ай мурун
Nothing beats a concrete spillway. Standpipe will always be an issue in one form or another.
david kettell
david kettell 3 ай мурун
you did a pretty good job there mke
Roadbuster 3 ай мурун
Hook your dump to your tractor and back it down the hill and move it out just a thought
ernie stewart
ernie stewart 3 ай мурун
Mike, can you get your dump trailer down to the dam ? When you start digging out the sediment load it in the trailer and haul it where ever it is needed.
HTPJohn 3 ай мурун
That little tractor was surprising with how well it cleaned up that erosion. Nice job Mike. God Bless.
Domenic Maiani
Domenic Maiani 3 ай мурун
Love your music choices! Keep up the great videos! (Honestly wish they were longer since I often listen while I am working my property!
Dusty Holt
Dusty Holt 3 ай мурун
Need to call Mean Gene The Fishing Machine to catch those bass.
The Kelley's Country Life
The Kelley's Country Life 3 ай мурун
I actually love the strap idea. Might need to order a few, will use them exactly as you did for my Stihl pole saw.
Eric Bailey
Eric Bailey 3 ай мурун
Thanks for taking us fishing. I haven't been fishing since I was a teenager.
John Walker
John Walker 3 ай мурун
Mike, go with a bigger pipe if you can.
Fukyoindigo blossoming
Fukyoindigo blossoming 3 ай мурун
Can those trees help to secure the dirt on the bank?
Russell Hazzard
Russell Hazzard 3 ай мурун
Fishing is "busy".....
ray venema
ray venema 3 ай мурун
I sent you a email how to make your sand pipe work I will resend
Fukyoindigo blossoming
Fukyoindigo blossoming 3 ай мурун
To me the question is how to divert the next flash flood? So you split off the run off. Can you build a dry water fall? Any rocks. Also Melissa Weed em and Reap you tube has a living pond they swim in. That’s an idea!
John Eckel
John Eckel 3 ай мурун
Thanks for showing the simple strap. I bought one after you showed it the last time and it is working well. A lot better than bungee cords.
J.w Byrd
J.w Byrd 3 ай мурун
Get Melissa a skid steer on tracks to help u
Whiskey61 3 ай мурун
would a spillway made out of rip rap work?
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans 3 ай мурун
Yes but there is so much debris from a pond in the woods, leaves and sticks and stuff
Good video Mike, that little tractor does a lot more than a person would think. Good luck with your pond project along with the new building project too. Thanks for sharing with us, we know you’ll do the best job possible on whatever you work on. Fred,
Outdoors With The Morgans Got our hands full right now but we will get through Lord Willing, heat and health.
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans 3 ай мурун
How you been Fred?
Gerry Hoffman
Gerry Hoffman 3 ай мурун
Hello Morgan's , Mike I would of filled the holes with rock & bigger rocks less likely to wash out as bad next time. Then covered with dirt. If you have Rock avalible. We used a concrete H beam for the over flow for our pond, spill way. Lots of ways to do it. Stay safe.
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans 3 ай мурун
It won't wash out after I get pond fixed
Steve's Restorations
Steve's Restorations 3 ай мурун
A box blade and a bucket, what a combo! And you really show how versatile the relatively small bx23 is!!
Steve's Restorations
Steve's Restorations 3 ай мурун
A Texas rigged worm, and being from Texas, I can appreciate that!! Got to get me some simple straps!!
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans 3 ай мурун
Shoot me a pic sometime of that Bronco! outdoorswiththemorgans@gmail.com
Steve's Restorations
Steve's Restorations 3 ай мурун
@Outdoors With The Morgans Yes sir, a little 68 I've had since around 86. Restored it many years ago, and still get her out every now and then. Hey, while I have your ear. Thank you for the great content! Really enjoy watching.
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans 3 ай мурун
Is that an old Bronco in your pic?
Terry Batchelder
Terry Batchelder 3 ай мурун
I was watching one of your earlier videos about posts. When I lived in Idaho, we used a product named Penta wood treatment for our field posts. This might work for your Saw Mill shed
netpoke58 3 ай мурун
Great Video. When you rent the excavator to remove the sediment area, just build the access so that the BX can get down there. As you transfer material behind you stock pile it so that your wife can be scooping and transporting it to where you need it with the BX. I know the smaller BX front end bucket wont keep up with an excavator but I think it would still be faster than moving the dirt multiple times. Ive had my BX23S a couple of years now and its a great little machine.
rob corey
rob corey 3 ай мурун
i second this opinion
Bobby Chaussard
Bobby Chaussard 3 ай мурун
Liked seeing you enjoy fishing...
VBCleaningTools 3 ай мурун
Whether it's the magic of the camera or the skill of the operator, you moved a lot of dirt and leveled it nicely with a pretty small tractor. Nicely done!
sixosixo - Geoff
sixosixo - Geoff 3 ай мурун
Chris (letsdig18) is the man to get answers from.
Larry Kluck
Larry Kluck 3 ай мурун
Will that pipe be ok will a big down pour??
Weaver Kevin
Weaver Kevin 3 ай мурун
I'm sure Mike likes the comments that come in but he knowns what he is doing. Unless you live on that property to know how the water flow's when you get rain he will find a solution. Thanks for the video Mike and Melisa.
Matsu Moto
Matsu Moto 3 ай мурун
I am curious why you don't use your dump trailer to haul firewood out of the woods and why you would not use it to move the dirt from the pond. There are tractor attachments with trailer balls available.
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans 3 ай мурун
Trails aren't as wide as you think and there are some real steep hills
B Duff
B Duff 3 ай мурун
Lil’ BX is a workhorse!!
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans 3 ай мурун
Yes it is, it hooks up well pulling that box blade
Troy eager
Troy eager 3 ай мурун
Mike Morgans fishing channel. I cant blame you. If I had a pond on my place my wife would never find me. I would weed eat a pathway to the front door for her.
Rick Mervine
Rick Mervine 3 ай мурун
Always enjoy your videos. Here’s our chance to help you! 1) consider whether you really want to take those logs out of the pond. They are great holding places for bass and will improve your fishing, especially if you fish weed less. 2) You are going to take out a number of stumps for the new building - sink them in the pond for the same reason if you have the depth. 3) Shoot your elevations to get the numbers right and stake it before making the changes. Water’s going to go where you tell it if you have all of the numbers right and get the right material in there. 4) I know other’s have said it but - get to Chris at Letsdig18 on KGpost. He does this stuff in his sleep. Would be a good online collaboration between two popular KGpost channels.
B S 3 ай мурун
Hi Mike, I've been following you for over a year now and I think your material is fabulous. I never have enough time to keep up with it and I don't know how you can produce so much content all the time. Great work! Watching your latest here on the pond I think I may have something to contribute to your repair plans. We have a similar property in nearby southern Ontario. We have just over 61 acres and have a stream plus a few off-line ponds we have developed, with more planned. Using a decent sized drain pipe is a good idea for controlling the general, day-to-day level of your pond. Having a 90 degree bend on the inlet as another writer mentioned is a good idea so that you can easily rotate it to determine exactly what level your pond will be at. The pipe should be big enough to handle spring rain, melt etc. and 90% of the weather events. However, a drain pipe will not help you in a major storm event. In the past couple of years we have had at least 3 one-in-a-hundred-year weather events, and you probably had them too. It did wreak some havoc with our ponds as I am sure it did for you. If the flooding gets over the top of the dam it will remove the dam in no time flat. You can never let this happen. You must have a spillway ready for when the regular drain plumbing is overwhelmed. There are lots of places to get recommendations for spillway construction and location that you can look up, of course. The key points, as I understand them are as follows: 1.The spillway should flow over undisturbed earth - not the new earth that makes your dam berm. This usually means at the end of the dam where it meets existing firm soil. 2. The spillway has to be the lowest point on the dam. typically your dam free board will be 1 foot or more higher than the spillway. Some experts say a yard or more higher. The top of the spillway will also be some height above your planned general water level as set by the drain pipe. I know we want the pond to look full, but you know what I mean. 3. The spillway will be hardened with stone or rip-rap to prevent erosion. This hardened layer must carry from below the water line in the pond side, and then over and down the down hill slope of the dam all the way to undisturbed earth. 4. The spillway will be wide enough to handle those one-in-a-hundred-year weather events. I would bet that that is very close to the size of the plastic spillway that you have improvised. Just scale that up a bit and your golden. Sorry if this is a bit of a long comment. I just don't want you to lose your pond after all that work. Once built, the spillway is entirely maintenance free. It will even work if you drain pipe plugs again, and never gets cleaned out, though spillways are supposed to be for emergencies only. I have a couple of ditch plug ponds where I did not add stone, but made sure my berm was higher than the undisturbed spillway area at the end, and the whole thing is well planted with vegetation to hold the soil together. In your case it does not look like that will work.
funk 3 ай мурун
If I were you I would use Mike Morgan on that pond!
David Warden
David Warden 3 ай мурун
Also about the pond overflow. I would use at least a 24 inch pipe out of there. It will handle a lot more water for not a lot of money difference. It’s when you get one of those gulley washers that will overrun the damn that tears everything up. If I were going to the work and equipment was there I would go bigger pipe. Just my opinion. Good luck..
Wendy Mangas
Wendy Mangas 3 ай мурун
Having been a former pond owner the best thing about my is the day we filled it in. John Mangas
Outdoors With The Morgans
Outdoors With The Morgans 3 ай мурун
Becky Davis
Becky Davis 3 ай мурун
Put some catfish in that pond, they will clean it up.
zanko700 3 ай мурун
Are you maybe think about small dump trailer for tractor i think that you pretty much need them🤔
Alvin Curry
Alvin Curry 3 ай мурун
You can benefit from the sediment coming into the pond by laying multiple logs across the upper end of the pond, similar principle construction crews using that black plastic wire enforced water/sediment wall. Log will let water thru but holds sediment back.
David Warden
David Warden 3 ай мурун
Some of that material after stockpiled and dried out you might be able to use on your trails. Definitely need a good size sediment trap on upper end. Good luck brother....
Great job 👍
Ohh Paul
Ohh Paul 3 ай мурун
I know others have said it, but check out Chris at Letsdig18. regardless, get yourself 2 anti seep collars to put on the pipe or pour concrete for the collar. I like the way Chris does them with the manhole culvert outlet and the metal rack on top, 12 inch or 18 inch double wall pipe coming out of that tied into a single wall to flex (instead of a fitting) down the slope and back into double wall where you might drive over it before it goes into the other creek. The bell ends on the pipe go uphill, if they leak the water will go the easier path downhill inside the pipe instead of running under it inside the ditch (good place for second anti seep collar is just below or around this joint). Just a guess. You may have to siphon the pond down some more to do all that. How much deeper is the pond now? Do you think the soil is stable enough for you to run the machine on without turning into soup or will you need some mats? I have seen a few people just take some logs and sit on them when mats were not available to them.
Andrew Hennell
Andrew Hennell 3 ай мурун
Track in, seed, and straw the earthworks you just did to help it re-grass and avoid erosion. Spillway needs to be properly formed well out past the dam, landscape fabric and riprap (meshed down). The pipe idea will work well, make sure it has a cage on the dam-side opening. Leave the trees in the water if you want good fish/wildlife habitat.
Jason Bossaer
Jason Bossaer 3 ай мурун
Good idea on digging a sediment trap. Beautiful setting for a pond! A simple limestone, rip rap spillway seems to be the solution that’s big enough to handle your maximum storm runoff. Keep up the great work. Jason from Indiana.
Oleman jim
Oleman jim 3 ай мурун
I’d go with at least an 18” pipe, and put in an emergency spillway at the location where your plastic currently is, and rip-rap it to the bottom of slope. It will save you a lot of trouble in the future. With all of the heavy rains we get, at some point that pipe won’t handle the runoff, and you will have a busted dam. Logs jam up the pipe etc. Speaking from experiences with the same situation on multiple ponds of mine.
Geoffrey Kail
Geoffrey Kail 3 ай мурун
Dig out the up stream side of where your going to set up to dig out the water edge and then you can backup your road to clean out the las of the up stream end of the pond without always being in the water and moving mud. If you back the dump trailer down your road you can put your spoil right in and take it to the down stream face of the dam.
nuts319 3 ай мурун
The box blade is one of the best tools to have with a smaller tractor, I remember bein quite amazed the first time I used one. Thanks for sharing
Kings’ Outdoor Life
Kings’ Outdoor Life 3 ай мурун
I used to use it quite a bit before I had a front end loader but haven’t used it since I got the loader. I built a green at a golf course one time with nothing but a box blade.
Sean Signer
Sean Signer 3 ай мурун
Mike build a 4' wide stone spillway with two layers of road construction fabric and large rocks a foot below the pond lip at that low point. Berm up the road on each side of the spillway and build a 8' wide bridge out of three 6"x6" beams with 2"x 2" deckboards. Pin the beams at least 4' into the berm on each side.
Gerald Brock
Gerald Brock 3 ай мурун
If you are doing something with a pond i would message Chris from let's dig 18. He is a expert on this
Martin Champagne
Martin Champagne 3 ай мурун
I'm thinking a stick of dynamite and then watch all your worries wash away.
Old Man Fred
Old Man Fred 3 ай мурун
Martin, My sentiments exactly!!!
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