Minnow Pond Is Finished!

9 Kor 2020
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  • Cant help but think you need a broader bucket for these types of jobs.

    Probably Not my nameProbably Not my name12 ditë më parë
  • Oops. I was a bit premature. You did exactly what I thought. Kinda.

    Roy MagnusRoy MagnusMuaj më parë
  • I was wondering if you dug a trench alongside the coffer dam, you wouldn't have to dig it out. Just pull it over into the trench. Just a thought.

    Roy MagnusRoy MagnusMuaj më parë
  • wow good video👍😃

    용두총각excavator용두총각excavatorMuaj më parë
  • Even out in that water that deep now your tracks sound like they are on solid ground so l guess all that mud was because of the last guys mess. Unbelevable! Some people have more nerve than a burglar. Really great job! KEEP diggin😎

    Ray WilsonRay WilsonMuaj më parë
  • Wow, boo, you are sooooo dang talented!!!

    Lightning MacQueenLightning MacQueen2 muaj më parë
  • Ever come across human remains as in a grave?

    The ContinentalThe Continental2 muaj më parë
  • Neat

    k kingk king2 muaj më parë
  • Six minutes longer than it needed to be.

    Maine ManMaine Man2 muaj më parë
  • Brother how are you I'm good exacavetor operator before I'm working in Holcim plant in Saudi Arabia know I'm in India I'm BSc non medical know I'm job lass dear if you don't mind you provide me job in your country please help

    Malik TarimalikMalik Tarimalik2 muaj më parë
  • You're a joke.

    Dave zombieDave zombie2 muaj më parë
  • Funny how if you dug 1 tenth as fast when the camera was off as when on...it wouldn't take you weeks to do this tiny job....embarrassment to operators everywhere.

    Dave zombieDave zombie2 muaj më parë
  • Shame they didn't have a real operator.

    Dave zombieDave zombie2 muaj më parë
  • Ok, I think I've figured it out, you have sloppy mud (levels out in bucket and truck) that you leave in the pond, piled up in patches so they dry into the not so sloppy mud that you then lay out into rows to finish drying (flipping over occasionally?) Maybe if you had the right bonding agents you could make some bricks? ;-)

    T'airn'KAT'airn'KA3 muaj më parë
  • Seems like a big expense for a mud hole.

    Karen RossKaren Ross3 muaj më parë
  • So I'm confused. Where is the water source for the minnow pond? Is it the big pond or is the source still dammed up? Other than that great job!

    ChaosDispenserChaosDispenser3 muaj më parë
  • Tim is always there when you need him Just talking about him and in no time the rock truck drives

    constructionwork 18constructionwork 183 muaj më parë
  • I wouldn't like the spreading at the end. Have that dug out as well, the pond will be filled with sediment soon enough.

    Just an OpinionJust an Opinion3 muaj më parë
  • How many cubes came out of the pond ?

    Paul DavidsonPaul Davidson3 muaj më parë
  • Did u know if u stand against a tree walkl out from the tree counting 3 foot strides when u can see the top of the tree times yor strides by three that's how tall the tree is

    James FarthingJames Farthing3 muaj më parë
  • Pond looks great. The land owner will be happy to see how nice it looks.

    Nathan VogtNathan Vogt3 muaj më parë
  • Love his videos, he's a very good equipment operator. Reminds me when I was a kid, I would watch heavy equipment for hours.

    Tuffy WarnerTuffy Warner3 muaj më parë
  • Can't say or remember if you ever used a small mat like that in a bucket and thumb makes a neat flat scraper to level or flatten an area. What projects you get!

    Martin EastburnMartin Eastburn3 muaj më parë
  • The more you move it!!

    Jim DormanJim Dorman3 muaj më parë
  • Reminds me of my childhood I could set most days watching this thinking of when I was young like 8 years old walking across the gravel road watching for hours a Dragline digging out at a company called Stevens Sand and Gravel and the Dragline operater and I became freinds and he would let me ride inside the cab and share his lunch some times showed me how to run it then showed me in later years how to run a ton of other machines

  • What a difference 👌🏼👌🏼👌🏼

    Art MontArt Mont3 muaj më parë
  • that man a great plot of land

    Justin 'J Money' McClureJustin 'J Money' McClure3 muaj më parë
  • Thank you, Chris for sharing; the drone footage served to provide an opportunity for each of us to eye the scope of the entire project. You are the best in providing excellent footage and an explanation of the work. Thanks again, look forward to seeing the continuing saga.

    GB BiornGB Biorn3 muaj më parë
  • Are you going to use some of that that has already dried out, to fix the faults that you pointed out up at the building site?

    selador11selador113 muaj më parë
  • I'd like to compare fuel efficiency when you're operatingto when someone else is operating. Your movement is so fluid and calculated

    Landon CravensLandon Cravens3 muaj më parë
  • very nice ..

    krazziee2000krazziee20003 muaj më parë
  • I say a job well done 👍

    John CampbellJohn Campbell3 muaj më parë
  • Nice pond...

    Steve AdamsSteve Adams3 muaj më parë
  • Nice work Chris. Sucks you don’t get to do the fun boulder work around the riser pipe. At least to me the boulder work would be fun, of course I’m a landscaper and enjoy the excavating and boulder stuff both. Can’t wait to see the finished product. Nice video as always!

    pjs5191pjs51913 muaj më parë
  • Will the off-road truck dump and drive forward at the same time?

    Highstranger951Highstranger9513 muaj më parë
  • Is that tiny trickle of water at the far end of the minnow pond its only source of water (other than rain)?

    mayaknifemayaknife3 muaj më parë
  • Looks good chris

    Micheal MartinMicheal Martin3 muaj më parë
  • Don’t forget to grease that squeaky joint too.

    Paul LewisPaul Lewis3 muaj më parë
  • Just out of curiosity, would you prefer another yard of reach or another yard of bucket?

    Jim's videosJim's videos3 muaj më parë
  • What is that green stuff at 5:50 - 6:15? It looks like Chromium +6 hazardous waste.

    Paul PassarelliPaul Passarelli3 muaj më parë
  • Fried chicken who’s frying chicken

    Rollen AboutRollen About3 muaj më parë
  • good video

    ramtuff2007ramtuff20073 muaj më parë
  • We haven't had any "Timmy Time" in a while. Can we get some guest commentary?

    sb406sb4063 muaj më parë
  • Mudmaster...oligarch of ooze....prince of piles...dean of drainage....we're not worthy..! Lol great golly thats a....pond

    Peter LeePeter Lee3 muaj më parë
  • Just out of curiosity about how many gallons of fuel does that 220 burn on a day like that?

    BC DrivenBC Driven3 muaj më parë
  • I know you probably don’t even get a chance to read all the comments, let alone reply. I was just wondering if the Covid has affected you guys any and also on those days that you are working alone is Tim on his own job working? Not saying he isn’t capable, just curious about when you are alone where the other guys are......

    Bill SmithBill Smith3 muaj më parë
  • It's always satisfying when a job is finished. Another great looking job.

    David RobinsDavid Robins3 muaj më parë
  • Quick, plant it for rice :o) Sure was an expensive from the last contractor. Six days to move mud that shouldn’t have been tipped there. Looks ace now :D

    teamidristeamidris3 muaj më parë
  • Back when I worked Highway and Heavy we used to heat lunch up on the engine or hydraulic pump everyday. We even had a microwave in our job truck but many times we were never near the truck.

    Chris AndersonChris Anderson3 muaj më parë
  • Great Job. Is that your Deere tractor sitting on the road at the end?

    fastst1fastst13 muaj më parë
  • Love this project! :) And digging that silt looks nice whens its this semi dry. Any excavator operator that has a favourite material to dig? this must be on the top 5 materials I imagine .

    Kent HestKent Hest3 muaj më parë
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    Larry WallLarry Wall3 muaj më parë
  • Tim has a great teacher. Its great to see how things get done, thank you for your HQ video.

    iSTAYuGOiSTAYuGO3 muaj më parë
  • Nice job, Chris!

    John ElliottJohn Elliott3 muaj më parë
  • You do a FINE job mate!!!!!!

    Mental SidMental Sid3 muaj më parë
  • Yeah I love watching your videos you just such a great job and is Tim have a ALworld channel 2

    Jim FetzerJim Fetzer3 muaj më parë
  • Wouldn't it make sense to provide some cover for the minnows? Maybe leave some logs in pace and even those coffer dams could provide some cover. Herons and other fishing birds will clean that pond out with no cover for the minnows to hind in.

    Robert BoehleRobert Boehle3 muaj më parë
  • Would it look different if you would have been the one to do it from the very beginning instead of fixing someones screw up? It looks great now, so just curious if it could have been even better had someone not done it wrong to begin with.

    Kevin BrooksKevin Brooks3 muaj më parë
  • need a portable conveyor

    markmark3 muaj më parë
  • You make it look so easy Chris but given the mess the other guy left is testament it really isn't.

    oh boyoh boy3 muaj më parë
  • Wow a MILLION Times Better, Turning a Disaster Mud Pit into a Wonderful Fish Pond. EXCELLENT WORKMANSHIP.

    barskiibarskii3 muaj më parë
  • What part of the South are you from?

    Andrew BartonAndrew Barton3 muaj më parë
  • Love your work. You want to come to Iowa and build my pond?

    Joey BrownJoey Brown3 muaj më parë
  • You got the life bud!

    James JohnsonJames Johnson3 muaj më parë
  • Pride in your work, that’s what I like to see. 👍

    onyourbikeuoldfartonyourbikeuoldfart3 muaj më parë
  • Great.

    Emad Eldin HessainEmad Eldin Hessain3 muaj më parë
  • In old Volvo excavators, the toolbox was placed immersed in the hydraulic tank. It was a great place to warm up the food.

    The new Making it HappenThe new Making it Happen3 muaj më parë
  • Great video! what does something like that cost in fuel ?

    Dirt BruteDirt Brute3 muaj më parë
  • Nice job! Like the way your dumped less material in the center of the draw and more on the outer edges of it. Grading it out will more efficient while keeping the existing contours of the field. It’s easy to see the knowledge and experience you have in this line of work. I learn something every time I watch one of your videos.

    John ErtelJohn Ertel3 muaj më parë
  • Another great video Chris, you and Tim y’all can damn sure get it done so y’all stay safe and keep the videos coming brother

    timmy friersontimmy frierson3 muaj më parë
  • Well at least Chris you got your tracks and frame a wash, good job though that’s a lot of dirt for such a small area moved

    J.B. MaxwellJ.B. Maxwell3 muaj më parë
  • I'm jealous. You dig all day and I didn't see a rock. Here we can't dig a scoop without finding a New England "potato"!

    William SchenectadyWilliam Schenectady3 muaj më parë
  • When digging these ponds have you ever dug up anything weird or crazy?

    gamjunior38gamjunior383 muaj më parë
  • We all know the last minute trip into the water is about getting the mud out of the tracks, nice preplanning with the coffer dams as an excuse.

    watchthe1369watchthe13693 muaj më parë
  • Love the drone shots at the end Chris! what a beautiful location!

    MR-MBMR-MB3 muaj më parë
  • Another awesome job! God bless Stay safe

    Ragsdale Creek WorkshopRagsdale Creek Workshop3 muaj më parë
  • Nice mini minnow pond. Once again nice work.

    Ronald GaskaRonald Gaska3 muaj më parë
  • One question does that mud smell as it has a lot on dead timber and grass in it.

    Paul TeirneyPaul Teirney3 muaj më parë
  • Nice!!!!!!!

    Sigh PocketSigh Pocket3 muaj më parë
  • Material moving machine. That road got a workout for sure. Almost 7 rows of mud. Plenty to spread out one day.

    michael mullinsmichael mullins3 muaj më parë
  • Hi Chris , bit surprised that for all the work you do in wet area's , that you don't use a little flood pump to keep that water away , like the vids man , but seriously I couldn't afford you on an hourly rate working like that

    Ashley ThomsonAshley Thomson3 muaj më parë
  • Maybe you can come back next year and show us what it looks like full and clear.

    1 Proud American1 Proud American3 muaj më parë
  • Hi have you ever found enney thing wered why you working

    kenneth crosskenneth cross3 muaj më parë
  • Awesome. How did you learn how to do that? You make it look so easy.

    Jameson CrossJameson Cross3 muaj më parë
  • You'll probably be happy to get back into the Hitachi after running all those volvos 😂

    Jeramy SchaubJeramy Schaub3 muaj më parë
    • He just bought a Volvo.

      AWD3264AWD32643 muaj më parë
  • Seems like an incredibly shallow pond, even for minnows. Guess we do things differently around here

    BossmanEightBossmanEight3 muaj më parë
    • Close to 6' at the road.

      Richard SchipperRichard Schipper3 muaj më parë
  • Somebody has a few rock hauler piles of money. That.. machine + operator time. Is not cheap no matter how you slice it.

    michael robbinsmichael robbins3 muaj më parë
  • This job is my favorite so far. Can’t wait to see what else you do to this property.

    Jeff ThomasJeff Thomas3 muaj më parë
  • Good job of excavator

    Vannak RC OfficialVannak RC Official3 muaj më parë
  • Ever thought of getting LIEBHERR 998 or would it be to small for the work you do.

    Alan AtkinsAlan Atkins3 muaj më parë
  • Have you ever just pumped out a pond entirely and then worked it? I don't know if it would completely dry out but wouldn't it be a lot more efficient if you could get a dozer in there and big track loader?

    Danny LeeDanny Lee3 muaj më parë
  • I'm curious how much this project cost someone. I just paid a guy $500 to clean out my 1200 sq ft lagoon and they didn't do the pristine finish work you do! It took more time to get parked and the backhoe off the trailer then the hour it took to clean the pond. Not more than an hour. I almost went to school to work on heavy machinery in 1982 and when I saw the guys out in the field covered in dirt mud and grease and the weight of the parts I decided it was too much. I went to work for my dad in the masonry business instead. Ya know a clean non laborious job laying light bricks, blocks and stone! lol

    John PyleJohn Pyle3 muaj më parë
  • Did you put the fish and ducks --- Yes you should !

    Marcel GérinMarcel Gérin3 muaj më parë
  • A couple of good rain falls and the pond level will rise fast enough. Thanks again for the fly over. It really makes a difference.

    assassinlexxassassinlexx3 muaj më parë
  • Your content is great man. Can tell you’re putting a lot of workin into it. My favorite video EVER is years and years ago when you were running a long reach that was backwards and it was making you cuss. Literally laughed out loud.

    burbunatorburbunator3 muaj më parë
  • Nice work Chris, thanks for putting in the time to share it with us.

    jamesw95jamesw953 muaj më parë
  • Ever miss the 290 for a job like this?

    Chris AzzalineChris Azzaline3 muaj më parë