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#11990891 - 12/18/16 10:08 AM Constructing a pond
Garett Offline
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We are about to start our pond construction at the ranch and I was curious if anyone knew of a good floating dock for the pond? Nothing too big, just trying to find the easiest solution for a dock
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#11991008 - 12/18/16 11:02 AM Re: Constructing a pond [Re: Garett]
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Registered: 12/06/12
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We used Hydro Hoist jet ski docks - we bought several damaged ones filled with foam and flipped them over - they are flat on the bottom and you can place around the pond - we have six of them around ours. they work great and will hold me and my son 300+ lbs fishing beside each other and never go down at all in the water.

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#11991074 - 12/18/16 11:36 AM Re: Constructing a pond [Re: Garett]
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I really like the none floating stable docks. Just push and pull it up and down as the lake fluctuates. Made with hand rails to get on and off of into the boat. Very stable for us older folks.
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#11991108 - 12/18/16 11:59 AM Re: Constructing a pond [Re: Garett]
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Easiest, buy an old pontoon boat

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#11993542 - 12/19/16 02:44 PM Re: Constructing a pond [Re: Garett]
salex Offline
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try this.

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#11993568 - 12/19/16 03:00 PM Re: Constructing a pond [Re: Garett]
Connor S Offline
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Pontoon boat with a bridge has worked well for us.
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#12021738 - 01/05/17 09:34 AM Re: Constructing a pond [Re: Garett]
SeaAggie2015 Offline
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Registered: 08/03/12
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A little late to the topic, but we would be glad to put together a quote for you. We can build anything from a 8X10 to 10X20 using aluminum or we can do a 4.5x12 up to a 14x20 steel dock. I've included a picture of our 4.5x12 (t-dock) and a picture of the 14x20 steel dock. Our website has pictures and descriptions of all our dock options.



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