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Old 04-21-2017, 12:19 PM   #1
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I'm looking at getting a pond built about 8 to 10 acres on our place in northern Matagorda County. Checking to see if anybody has any recommendations of somebody that could help us with this project that has experience building ponds that will last and hold water. Not looking for somebody with a bulldozer that can just dig us a hole in the ground. Thanks in advance for your recommendations.
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Old 04-21-2017, 12:30 PM   #2
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You have to speak with your county extension agent. There are many EPA regulations around constructing a pond. The NRCS will be able to provide the best assistance.


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We have already had the county extension agent out there and the NRCS has already done a soil survey us. Problem with NRCS is when you apply they have a waiting list that is based on priority and they will also dictate how and when the pond will be built. I'm not interested in being on a waiting list based on what they think is priority and also not interested in them telling me how my pond should be built. I would like to start fishing in my pond sooner rather than later.



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Old 04-21-2017, 01:02 PM   #4
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I'm looking at getting a pond built about 8 to 10 acres on our place in northern Matagorda County. Checking to see if anybody has any recommendations of somebody that could help us with this project that has experience building ponds that will last and hold water. Not looking for somebody with a bulldozer that can just dig us a hole in the ground. Thanks in advance for your recommendations.
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Make sure you get the permits RIGHT. A couple recently had to pay a fine and fill in their pond because the government claimed "the rain water belonged to them"...
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