Central Wisconsin Chapter of Trout Unlimited

Conserving, Protecting and Restoring Coldwater Fisheries

Mecan River Workday July 2011

Jetting in the Pilings

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Jetting in the Pilings
About 6 foot long logs are jetted into the stream bottom by using a long pipe attached to a hose and water pump. The force of the water makes a hole in the bottom and facilitates sinking the log into the bottom. Shown left to right are Shawn Sullivan (DNR Habitat Crew Supervisor), Jeff Wegend, Phil Lubke (DNR Habitat Crew), Mike Niemczyk, Arturo Cisneros Jr., Dylan Shetellenberg, and his grandfather from the Elliot Donnelly Chapter in Chicago, Bill Wobberkind.
Posted by Robert Haase on July 19, 2011 Full Size

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