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#506253 - 05/21/19 03:28 PM Using lime rock for anti-erosion on new dam??
Walt05 Offline


Registered: 05/21/19
Posts: 1
Loc: Georgia(GA)
We just had the dam between a 12 acre pond and a 10 acre feeder pond completely rebuilt. What are your thoughts on using lime rock to cover the dam to prevent erosion?
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#506256 - 05/21/19 03:53 PM Re: Using lime rock for anti-erosion on new dam?? [Re: Walt05]
BrianL Offline


Registered: 03/31/14
Posts: 829
Loc: Paris, TX
If you can afford it, i think it would be great on the slope into the water side. Hay mulch and grass seed on the rest.


Edited by BrianL (05/21/19 03:54 PM)
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#506258 - 05/21/19 04:33 PM Re: Using lime rock for anti-erosion on new dam?? [Re: Walt05]
Quarter Acre Offline


Registered: 06/10/16
Posts: 1413
Loc: West Central Missouri
I'm agree with Brian, but I would like some grass on the waterside down to about 2 feet of the shoreline, if the slope is gentle enough to be mowed. Walking on rocks is too much risk the older I get.

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#506270 - 05/21/19 05:24 PM Re: Using lime rock for anti-erosion on new dam?? [Re: Walt05]
Matzilla Offline


Registered: 08/12/16
Posts: 401
Loc: Iowa
i fish a pond as described.....rock within the 1st 1-2', grass over the rest. It is easy to get around. Rock is sized less than 6" from a local source
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#506274 - 05/21/19 07:49 PM Re: Using lime rock for anti-erosion on new dam?? [Re: Walt05]
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Registered: 06/13/12
Posts: 1992
Loc: Ontario, Canada, Eh.
You might be surprised what a 4" medium recycled concrete is worth.
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