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Building a 5 Acre Pond! (FINISHED)

  • Published on Jan 22, 2022
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Comments • 6 520

  • RobFindsTreasure
    RobFindsTreasure 4 months ago +281

    I’ve always liked the name Wylie - as in Wile E Coyote.

    • Gaurav Nayal
      Gaurav Nayal 3 months ago +1

      Wylie B Coyote (B for Black)

    • bigscreen bird
      bigscreen bird 3 months ago

      Be original

    • Lite Flexin
      Lite Flexin 3 months ago

      Crazy I out this same name and it got overlooked🤦🏽‍♂️🤦🏽‍♂️ thanks for the repost tho

    • Eksel Entertainment
      Eksel Entertainment 3 months ago

      i vote this name to win lol

    • JG Reel Fishing
      JG Reel Fishing 3 months ago

      Was gonna comment this name idea. It’s just perfect.

  • ygrchrls
    ygrchrls 3 months ago +6

    Im "hooked" on your series, cant wait to see the fish add. I think you should name the coyote Night Rider!!

  • 6GoD
    6GoD 2 months ago

    I stumbled on this video and started the series from episode 1 I love it! Imagine when the bash are huge you and the boys can just fish on your land with no worries

  • Habitat Solutions 360, LLC

    You might want to protect the trunk base & first 3-4 feet with tree protectors of some kind to keep those bucks from rubbing and killing your trees. Love your pond progress.

  • kngofqns130 jamaica
    kngofqns130 jamaica 27 days ago

    You sir are the Marty Stouffer of modern day, excellent content from beginning to end,you have created a generational wonderland. May you and your family enjoy this beautiful paradise for many years to come. Great job

  • Pat O
    Pat O 4 months ago +550

    I miss when this was an every week series lol but I understand its so much work making the videos while building the pond along with everything else! Love this channel, the pond is looking good! I vote for odie the coyote!

    • Team REK
      Team REK 3 months ago

      Yeah when it was an every week series I was dependent on it

    • Ju Ju Hawkins
      Ju Ju Hawkins 3 months ago

      I wish they would make the videos longer at least.

    • Saundra Camacho
      Saundra Camacho 3 months ago

      If it's the black coyote we're naming here, I like Shadow.

    • David Sanderson
      David Sanderson 3 months ago

      I hope the roots of those oaks puncture the clay bed and ruin the pond. 😂

    • mark harmon
      mark harmon 3 months ago

      @Pat O Thank you! Looks beautiful. I’m considering building a pond in southern Arkansas.

  • KukuKoala Crypto
    KukuKoala Crypto 3 months ago +3

    LOVE THE WHOLE SERIES , keep the videos coming!

  • Rae Anker
    Rae Anker 3 months ago

    Congrats on getting the pond to this stage looks amazing ,I’m only an old dumb plumber but that leak in the dam wall could end up slowing that part of the bank away ,that much moisture between lifts in the clay may be worth meeting the builders back on site to give you a guarantee on those area’s around the leaks ,all the best.

  • S.Hunter 87
    S.Hunter 87 3 months ago

    I love your videos! Was the big oak in the same spot? The whole video keeps me watching! Great content! I’d say my favorite critter is “Hooter.” My black coyote name pick is: Wiley E.
    Thanks for sharing your beautiful pond adventures 🙂

  • Miguel Davis
    Miguel Davis 3 months ago

    I hope Spot continues to come around! Excited for fish content next week

  • paul houston
    paul houston 4 months ago +255

    I would add some tree saver tubes such as ones from mossy oak native nursery or the cheaper route would be to get some chicken wire and staple to some small wooden stakes. Especially with the rut about to start up. Those young trees being in the open will be magnets for new rubs and scrapes.

    • Nom Nom
      Nom Nom 3 months ago +2

      Is there concern the new trees' roots will eventually compromise the clay and create more leaks?

    • Ian Hermon
      Ian Hermon 3 months ago

      Name the coyote Wylie

    • The streets
      The streets 4 months ago


    • Caleb Golding
      Caleb Golding 4 months ago +8

      Cheaper route might be putting black gutter drainage pipe around them. Just cut em lengthwise.

    • Only Gaming
      Only Gaming 4 months ago

      @Tyson Kirk what?

  • Gaming 44
    Gaming 44 3 months ago

    I love your videos man! Everyone looks amazing!

  • steve h
    steve h 3 months ago

    Love this series! I’ve been cooking crawfish for over 30 years and have been using the Louisiana Crawfish boil and usually the liquid crab boil with it. We just did our fist boil of the year yesterday and I went with your suggestion of a bag of SwampFire along with the Louisiana Crawfish and it’s excellent. Perfect combination of spices! Thank you for the recommendation!

  • Oak City Pyro
    Oak City Pyro 3 months ago +1

    I've been following since day 1. Everything I see an update I get excited. Hope one day I'm able to build a pond like this.

  • Nom Nom
    Nom Nom 3 months ago +3

    Any concern the new trees' roots will compromise the clay and cause more leaks down the road?

    • Ed Martin
      Ed Martin 3 months ago

      Not a worry as long as the roots are not in the levee. Roots from dead brush and trees will have pushed their way thru the soil and will leave tunnels as the roots are left to rot and are absorbed.

  • The White Rabbit
    The White Rabbit 4 months ago +154

    man this pond is going to age so freaking well. those 10 trees will be amazing in years to come.
    such an amazing journey thus far and its only the beginning!

    • Dr. Seuss
      Dr. Seuss 3 months ago +3

      BamaBass is a joy to watch. He's got positive energy, without having to scream, yell and act like an idiot. He doesn't take us on shopping trips to Wal Mart. He just gets right to the subject. His interaction with family is great. He seems like a guy you could go fishing or have a beer with. Best of luck to him. I'll be watching.

  • Steve The Springtails
    Steve The Springtails 3 months ago

    I'm loving watching the pond come along did you figure out which bass your putting in?

  • Moose Knuckle
    Moose Knuckle 3 months ago

    Pretty amazing accomplishment 👏 . Glad I was here to see it start from an idea to the finished product.

  • D Rawitz
    D Rawitz 3 months ago

    Loving the night vids, look forward to underwater vids in the new pond

  • Susan Lilley-Rizos
    Susan Lilley-Rizos 3 months ago

    These videos are so entertaining! I really look forward to them.

  • Nicholas Tobias
    Nicholas Tobias 4 months ago +46

    Name the coyote “Sirius Black” from the Harry Potter series! And I’m going to be honest I’m not a big fisherman type guy but, I loved watching this pond build! I love the backyard pond too!

  • bilishu aliss
    bilishu aliss 3 months ago

    he’s a rare find. I can’t wait to see the fish go in and hopefully if I get down there I’d love to come fish in the pond. Great job on all the work!

  • WtmGamingVids
    WtmGamingVids 3 months ago

    Im so happy i came across this video its so wholesome. i would love to see what this pond is like in 20 years

  • Bruce is Wild
    Bruce is Wild 3 months ago +1

    when planting a tree it's best to dig a hole twice as wide as the root ball and keep any grafts above the soil line. You also want the majority of your mix to consist of the soil the roots will be growing into. if the soil in the hole is too much higher quality, the roots will self-contain in the more nutritious soil and become root bound instead of growing out like they should. Still loving the vids. Keep them coming!

  • Micheal SNd
    Micheal SNd 3 months ago

    What a great pond and wonderfull experience hearing you explain everything your a very lucky man too have such great land
    Night rider would be a great name for the black coyote

  • drekfletch
    drekfletch 4 months ago +90

    That oak hole looked rather smooth on the sides. Be careful to rough up the sides of the hole, otherwise the clay will act like a pot and constrict the roots of the oak. Also a good idea is if you must bring in new soil, to mix some of the clay into it, so the roots don't get shock from the change from one soil to another.

    • Ed Martin
      Ed Martin 3 months ago +1

      @Dr. Seuss I think the oak trees should be a minimum of something like 50 feet apart.

    • liarzdice
      liarzdice 3 months ago +3

      @gameaholic18 makes it unstable too and more prone to falling. Twelve years though, ouch, that's not fun.
      On another note I actually prefer a smaller tree in a pot than trying to get the biggest one for "value." In my experience more likely to already be root bound. You can massage the roots but I think you're better off with a tree that hasn't experienced the full effect of having a pot constrain it's ability to spread in a healthy manner.

    • gameaholic18
      gameaholic18 3 months ago +4

      @liarzdice i agree, i moved a 6 year old oak into a new part of my property and it died about 12 years ago now, the root ball didnt spread past the whole i had dug due to it being compact clay instead of sandy loam

    • Dr. Seuss
      Dr. Seuss 3 months ago +4

      I don't know much about planting trees, but are there too many Oaks in close proximity to the clay liner? Those roots can get expansive.

    • FyF Gear
      FyF Gear 4 months ago +7

      first thing i thought, those holes werent big enough for those oaks.. should be 3 times the size of the root ball.

    RBI SOFTBALL WNC 3 months ago

    Great to see the pond about done. Awesome job and YOTIE would be a cool name for the coyote.

  • Samuel Nilsson
    Samuel Nilsson 3 months ago

    This is so amazing! We wish to see when you finaly plant some fishies in there!

  • ForgotByTheSystem
    ForgotByTheSystem 3 months ago

    One of the coolest series I’ve seen in along time on the tube.

  • Randal Crutcher
    Randal Crutcher 3 months ago

    great channel! you may wanna look into caging those trees in to prevent the bucks from horning them. I have planted several trees on my property and in the fall the deer will tear em up if they arent cage in.

  • Benjamin Olsen
    Benjamin Olsen 4 months ago +63

    I would name him "The Lone Ranger" since he is always by himself and just looks like a force not to be wrecked with. Also goes with the theme of the rest of the names around the pond

  • Freddy Early
    Freddy Early 3 months ago

    Love the pond, one of my favorite videos. Can't wait to see it fully stocked, and think the black coyote should be named BLACK JACK. It's like it's out on a gamble. Thanks can't wait until the next videos.

  • Chunk'o What
    Chunk'o What 3 months ago +2

    Love your videos, very informative. I have some native aquatic plant suggestions if you're interested. Submerged aquatic plants produce oxygen, and they eat up nutrients that would otherwise be utilized by algae. All of these should be available from aquatic plant retailers on ebay. These should only be added after the pond has accumulated some organic waste from the fish.
    Ludwigia repens, or "creeping primrose", is a common North American water plant that grows sunset orange (or even red) leaves underwater and buttercup yellow flowers above water.
    Eleocharis parvula, or "dwarf hairgrass", is a lovely carpeting plant that can look very similar to an underwater grassy lawn. Likes to grow in organic rich substrate, perhaps near one of the brush piles where leaves will be accumulating.
    There are many beautiful species of potamogeton in the US, but they are not usually commercially available. You can sometimes find specimens near culverts by the road.
    Some others: bacopa carolina, vallisneria americana (might prefer running river water rather than still), hornwort, and mermaid weed (one of my favorites). All of these should do fine planted in any shallow area, again only after the fish have established a nitrogen source in the pond.

  • Robert Redford
    Robert Redford 3 months ago

    Still look forward to your next pond build vids. Have loved the series since you started it. Nice to see it moving along your way.
    Thanks for taking us along for the ride.
    Are you going to "tag" your pet bass before you put it in the pond? Just wondering. I'm sure that if you let people fish out there that he would have to be released.

  • Bryce Valle
    Bryce Valle 3 months ago

    Call him sneaker, love your videos!! Moby is one hell of a bass!!! Keep them coming!!

  • edge
    edge 4 months ago +59

    You might want to watch the oak on the island. Whenever you plant a tree surrounded by clay and put potting soil ... you create a 'bowl' and water cannot seep into the clay fast enough, the hole fills up with water and drowns the root ball and the tree dies.
    If you can re-plant the tree by digging a hole twice the width and depth and - IMPORTANT - mix the potting soil with
    clay equally and replant. The tree has about an eighty five per cent chance of the roots being able to penetrate the clay.
    I live in Houston with my property built entirely on clay. A landscaper friend told me how to plant trees. I have planted (29) trees on my property - mainly nuttal oaks with live oaks and crepe mertals - they all survived - going on 25 years.
    Love the videos and keep up posting about the pond forever. Thanks

    • Jonathan Moss
      Jonathan Moss 3 months ago

      also looks like the tree is planted too deep. the root flare was below the mulch

    • Jeff Degen
      Jeff Degen 4 months ago +4

      I’m a landscaper and was cringing at the size of the hole and when he put the topsoil in. I went looking through the comments to see if I had to make the comment. Hope he fixes it to save the tree.

    • Martha Gallagher
      Martha Gallagher 4 months ago +2

      He's absolutely right.

    • Tom Burris
      Tom Burris 4 months ago +5

      I was also taught this way. Double the size of the hole at a minimum.

    • A C
      A C 4 months ago +9

      Hoping he sees this.

  • Ethan L
    Ethan L 3 months ago

    I think you should name the coyote "box" its simple but I like it. love the series!

  • James West
    James West 25 days ago

    Literally binged these in one night
    Best series around

  • Weeze Bo
    Weeze Bo 3 months ago

    I never comment but I absolutely love this series. I wish I commented more so I could be the first to fish it lol! Nevertheless, Smoky is a great name!

  • Donatello NaBotti
    Donatello NaBotti 3 months ago

    Can we get some underwater drone footage of the areas of the pond where you added the sealant. I'm really curious about that procedure. So many questions. Does it eventually make a concrete type of layer? Will you need to add a layer of sand or clay to keep gravity from drawing all of the sealant to the deeper parts of the pond? How will it affect the aquatic vegetation?

  • Toom
    Toom 4 months ago +146

    I can’t believe how far this has came I remember watching this in the middle of the summer, now spring is almost here.

    • Brown Bouy
      Brown Bouy 3 months ago +1

      @67 C10 that's me, I escape to my mountains or every once in awhile the beach during summer. But winter, us all around here pray for rain even if you arent religious lmaoo

    • 67 C10
      67 C10 3 months ago

      @Brown Bouy - B*st*rds!!!! Hahaha.
      I have actually met Americans that have places here in the mountains where they go to for the summers to escape the heat in the Southern States.

    • Brown Bouy
      Brown Bouy 4 months ago

      Here in california we don't get winters sadly

    • Ikenna Eckrich
      Ikenna Eckrich 4 months ago +1

      Bro we still got 3 months of winter at least

    • 67 C10
      67 C10 4 months ago

      @Ismael Marin - Depends on where you are is all the point made,,,,, looks like I will be in the crappy weather cycle for the next few months. It’s not around the corner for me! BUT I own a small yacht in Victoria where I will be going soon for a break!! Everyone has a perspective.

  • Julian D'ambrosio
    Julian D'ambrosio 3 months ago +3

    You should name that black coyote “Shadow” because he’s dark and only comes out at night

  • Dyllan
    Dyllan 3 months ago

    Call him Smokey. I have watched the creation of the pond from the beginning, absolutely fantastic.

  • Dalton Lammers
    Dalton Lammers 3 months ago

    Compost in the tree hole will prevent the tree from shooting roots down deep, it will have food in the hole and spread out slower

  • Lost Pony
    Lost Pony 3 months ago

    The trees are a great addition, lookin forward to da fisses!

  • James Killough
    James Killough 3 months ago +73

    I like "zorro" for the loner black coyote. This has been a great series. Excited to see the fish go in! The trees are a nice addition 👌

    • Gerald Howse
      Gerald Howse 3 months ago +1

      Name it dead

    • Ryan W
      Ryan W 3 months ago +3

      @James Killough that’s funny I was thinking the same name but you got it first so you have my vote!

    • James Killough
      James Killough 3 months ago +3

      @promontorium zorro is a fictional character who fights the bad guys and gives to the poor like Robin hood.... he wears black and hides in the shadows. Has a cape and is about the greater good.... sorry I didn't explain all that beforehand. He's sly like a fox....hence the name....I thought it would be a good suggestion for the black coyote because he's different...and he didn't attack the deer when he could've ....

    • promontorium
      promontorium 3 months ago +1

      Zorro means fox

  • Daniel Amspaugh
    Daniel Amspaugh 3 months ago

    You guys live a rich and wonderful life. This pond is great.

  • JT
    JT 3 months ago

    Bald cypress would’ve been perfect for your island - they’re swamp trees - hopefully your oak will do well, too.

  • Mason Miller
    Mason Miller 3 months ago

    How much did you end up spending on this project? I remember in one of the prior videos that you had an estimate that was really high ( north of $800k). What did it end up costing you?

  • austin poiencot
    austin poiencot 3 months ago

    Midnight for the black coyote, since he’s black and nocturnal! Great series. I’ve been watching since before the back yard pond! Keep it up and how are the ducks?

  • Nic ,
    Nic , 4 months ago +122

    What’s very neat about this project is, with upkeep, this pond will be enjoyed by many of your families generations to come!

    • Devin B
      Devin B 3 months ago +1

      @Nick Adams yeah it’s just temporary

    • Nick Adams
      Nick Adams 4 months ago +3

      @Devin B seriously?

    • Devin B
      Devin B 4 months ago +2

      He said he was going to drain it in a few years

  • brucekristy
    brucekristy 3 months ago

    We love your videos. They are very interesting especially the wildlife.
    My son suggested Zack for the black coyote’s name.

    • Jason Inman
      Jason Inman 3 months ago

      Ah Zack the black Power Ranger!

  • Craig Gnaedinger
    Craig Gnaedinger 3 months ago

    We used to have a pet coyote named Clyde, but I think Cassidy would be a good name or maybe Bugsy. Love the series, keep up the great work!
    -Southern Illinois

  • striker1375
    striker1375 3 months ago

    I'd love to visit during one of your BBQ days! That looks soooo tasty!

  • Jay Lowe
    Jay Lowe 3 months ago

    I really enjoy watching this channel. It's very therapeutic and relaxing. As for the coyote, i thought "Blackie," the bad news coyote would be a cool name for that mysterious fella.

  • Smokey From The 715
    Smokey From The 715 4 months ago +32

    You should name the black Coyote Wile E. 🐺 Or maybe even Ethelbert. Ethelbert is what the E stands for in Wile E! Him running around definitely reminded me of Wile E Chasing the road runner! Thanks again for a great video! Been watching every single one. We went through the process of a .45 acre pond a little over a year ago so I’m enjoying reliving each landmark!

    • Purple Drac
      Purple Drac 3 months ago

      I was thinkin Steel like steel from Balto only problem is wrong AL lol. This one ends with Bama 😎

    • C&C Vee
      C&C Vee 4 months ago +5

      I like Ethlebert

  • learningtolivewithhumans

    broooo i love this channel BUT you don't give us enough!! we need day by day updates loool I'm over in England so don't see much like this and i freaking love it!! massive love to you and the family mate

  • Gilbert Reinert
    Gilbert Reinert 3 months ago

    This is some great progress! I would think “The Bama ‘Black Cote”

  • Anthony R
    Anthony R 3 months ago

    There is something magical about what you are doing, please never stop.

  • Roger Williams
    Roger Williams 3 months ago

    I'm interested in the final tally on the cost of the pond build. Looking at possibly doing the same thing here in sc.

  • CryptoKnight
    CryptoKnight 4 months ago +47

    I think a good name for the black coyote is "Shadow". He seems to be pretty stealthy and a bit of a loner. He passes through without bringing much attention to himself. Good luck with the naming!

    • Purple Drac
      Purple Drac 3 months ago

      he's already got a 🧐catfish with that name? 😒 ..

    • Jonny Boy
      Jonny Boy 4 months ago +1

      All yotes are loners till they call each other in to feast

    • craigwhit1234
      craigwhit1234 4 months ago +1

      This is an amazing name

  • bob baker
    bob baker 3 months ago +1

    Y’all are killing me !!
    I can’t take it ,14 days !!
    I haven’t seen the Deer , Ducks and the coyotes in 14 days ,ain’t fair 🤠

  • Cody Gifford
    Cody Gifford 3 months ago

    I've actually seen a black coyote before. I live in Southern Illinois. I saw one a few years back with it's pack eating a deer by the side of the road. Very neat to see in person!

  • Richard
    Richard 3 months ago

    Name Competition: Mufasa
    Love the videos and hope you keep making them!! You make it look easy..... i cant imagine the work that went into this!

  • Jacob Stephens
    Jacob Stephens 3 months ago

    Eagerly waiting for this week's episode!!

  • dragonettiification
    dragonettiification 4 months ago +22

    I like how your ponds getting more and more animals. Its becoming its little own oasis.

    • NoneOfYour Beeswax
      NoneOfYour Beeswax 3 months ago +2

      Once the pond is established with its own biome of water plants, fishes and aquatic life of all sorts it will attract a great deal more

  • Back Flip Bros
    Back Flip Bros 3 months ago +1

    You should name him “the warden” because watches all the deer

  • ChildofYHVH
    ChildofYHVH 3 months ago

    Bald cypress are awesome around water. We have a lot here in SW Louisiana and they are great for bait fish. The “knees” grow in the water and make awesome cover for them.

    MIKE SPARKMAN 28 days ago

    One deer season in Missouri I was walking across a big field that had a little strip of woods in the middle. As I got closer i scanned the wood line and made eye contact with with a solid white coyote. As soon as i did it turned and went back into the woods. I walked the road through the patch of woods and saw the white coyote and a solid black one run out of the woods, across the field and into the big woods.
    I later discovered they had cornered a wounded buck in the little patch of woods. It had been shot 4 times and it's back leg was rotten. I'm sure the coyotes ate good that day after I left.
    It was the only time i have ever seen a black or a white coyote and i saw them both together at the same time. They were big too.
    None of my other coyote encounters have ever been like that one. Every other time as soon as the coyote smelled or saw me they took off. That white one watched me come across that field until I made eye contact.
    Lots of weird stories of critters in that area though.

  • big fan
    big fan 3 months ago

    Man night fury should be a perfect name for the kyoti. Love the pond ♥️

  • Chapster
    Chapster 4 months ago +41

    Ahh, the moment I look forward to the most on my Sunday evenings, I don’t know about anyone else but watching these videos just puts me in a relaxed state. Thanks for the great series! And for the black Coyote, a cool name would be Nova- a new born star (of the series) 🙂

    • Dr. Seuss
      Dr. Seuss 3 months ago

      @Chapster ...If you do, be sure to make a video of it. I like to live vicariously.

    • Chapster
      Chapster 3 months ago +1

      @Dr. Seuss there’s a lot to look forward to! And I am learning a lot along the way, maybe I will use this knowledge some day soon for my own pond 🙂

    • Chapster
      Chapster 3 months ago +2

      @Purple Drac yes I believe it is.

    • Dr. Seuss
      Dr. Seuss 3 months ago +1

      Chapster, I agree. Now I can't wait for the livestream underwater camera(s) feed. The stocking is going to be awesome, as well.

    • Purple Drac
      Purple Drac 3 months ago +2

      Do you really think it's a coyote?

  • Cody Gunter
    Cody Gunter 3 months ago

    Awesome video sir. I've never seen a black coyote before till now. Thanks for sharing. I'm thinking Wild E Coyote from the old cartoon would be great name for it lol.

  • Johnpaul Hilton
    Johnpaul Hilton 3 months ago

    Fenrir would be an awesome name for the coyote 😃

  • Tommy Pate
    Tommy Pate 3 months ago +1

    I love your fishing pond & videos

  • Pond on the hill side.
    Pond on the hill side. 3 months ago

    What is the 2 part polymer. I have my own small pond that has a few leaks. Also do you think bentonite would work better? We fill the pond and the water level drops through the week and until it reaches a certain point where it hold a bit of water. So what do you guys think would be best in my situation?

  • superman12343567
    superman12343567 4 months ago +22

    Our family would like to recommend the black coyote to be called shadow (since we couldn’t tell what he was at first and is a shadow of other coyote’s). Excited to see the fish being added!

  • Ernesto Longoria
    Ernesto Longoria 3 months ago

    Great video! The pond looks awesome! I hope “Knight Rider” the black coyote continues to visit! 😜👌🏻

  • Garrett Blumenfeld
    Garrett Blumenfeld 3 months ago

    Just found your channel. All of your videos are great.

  • Christopher Vassel
    Christopher Vassel 3 months ago

    I say you call the coyote “Duster”. Combination of Deer Buster because when he shows up they take off. Love your videos man.

  • Travis Bruno
    Travis Bruno 3 months ago

    Wiley is definitely the best name. The pond is looking good glad the leak is a lot better. The oak on the island is perfect. God Bless we appreciate the vids

  • Ed Hardaway
    Ed Hardaway 4 months ago +28

    I can’t wait to see the first bass caught outta there. I’ve watched the entire series and thought how great this would be to fish. Will you open the pond to the public?

    • Dans rod
      Dans rod 4 months ago +7

      Im pretty sure hes thinking of building a house on the property so opening to the public wouldnt seem like the best of ideas but I remember hearing him say that he was thinking of inviting subscribers out to fish it with him. Hopefully youre one of the lucky ones!

  • RJ Roll
    RJ Roll 3 months ago

    To go along with Moby I would choose Morpheus for the coyote name, and or Cooter to go with the owl name

  • Texas Swift
    Texas Swift 3 months ago

    Did you make sure to expose the root flares on those new trees? You’ll see so much more growth throughout the years if you did. If not, it really should be done.

  • William Sullivan
    William Sullivan 3 months ago +2

    I'm looking to ask questions about my fish tank filtration system in my 125 gallon tank. I'm trying to get it ready before my cancer Sergey on the 21 of February. So I can have some peace of mind while I'm stuck at home for 6 weeks. An your about the only one I watch. Please help. I love watching you feed your fish. THANK YOU for what you do.

  • Cameron Lind
    Cameron Lind 3 months ago

    The name Ghost is particularly cool. It stems from the fur of the dog.

  • anthony conrad
    anthony conrad 4 months ago +7

    I think Wile E would be a great name for the coyote.

  • Norman Serena
    Norman Serena 3 months ago

    A wind mill on a 25' tower, runs a builtin air bubbler, would look nice on your island. I have one on my pond brought the water Quality up and it looks nice.

  • Rusko (RS electrical)
    Rusko (RS electrical) 3 months ago

    Good to see people plants tree I hope to do same when I get some land, I think he should be called Canis, keep up the good work from Ross Hertfordshire England

  • Jeff Randell
    Jeff Randell 3 months ago

    I'm going with "Onyx" on the coyote. Just part of nature, beautiful and powerful. Also, can I ask what game camera you have with the night vision? Want to put on one my farm at the cabin.

  • Jena Brinjak
    Jena Brinjak 3 months ago

    I like the name "Lakota" for the coyote. Black Coyote was a Lakota tribesman with Sitting Bull. This series has been so cool, thanks for sharing! I want to reiterate what others have commented, you should protect those trees from bucks, they'll wreck them during the rut.

  • Rocha Mocha
    Rocha Mocha 3 months ago +49

    Lately this has honestly been my favorite channel on youtube. It's just so relaxing to tune in at the end of a long day for some relaxing farm style content. Keep it up!

    • bags GA
      bags GA 3 months ago

      @Rocha Mocha Thank you! I deleted it!

    • Rocha Mocha
      Rocha Mocha 3 months ago

      @bags GA Generally on the internet shouting out other people's channel's on someone's page/post is a big NO, but since they're in the same genre I think it's ok. I would shy away from it though for future reference

    • Troy
      Troy 3 months ago +1

      Agree. Something about these videos that is relaxing.

  • adrian gonzales
    adrian gonzales 3 months ago

    I think you should call him Slick. I've enjoyed watching your pond build.

  • Ryan Fergersonollp70rjdueij4

    Really enjoyed this whole series, only thing we disagree on is letting the coyotes stay. Thank you for all the great content. Was awesome experience to almost be part of. Thank you sir. .

  • MR Quinn
    MR Quinn Day ago

    Hey just wondering what way you set up the gorpro for the night lapse. It's some of the best night lapse footage I have seen!

  • shaggy (shaggystoner013)

    Me personally as a louisiana native I'd recommend using the big bottle of liquid crab boil much better flavor and on a side note if you ever want to expand your tree variety holler at me have large variety to chose from

  • Sam pagan
    Sam pagan 4 months ago +27

    Would love to see that coyote named "night crawler". love to see the pond coming together!

  • Jay Hart
    Jay Hart 3 months ago

    Did you stock the pond with fish yet? Has me wondering if I missed that episode if you did.

  • Blue Rivera
    Blue Rivera 3 months ago

    Please do a walk around the pond so we can see it from every angle

  • aydin mora
    aydin mora 3 months ago

    I wonder what is the estimated cost for this.

  • ChrisCoral Ahola
    ChrisCoral Ahola 3 months ago

    Build a post for the Owl next to the tractor parking spot. Works well for rodent control.