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Point Intercept and AIS Surveys/Mapping

At Wisconsin Lake and Pond Resource, our team uses state-of-the-art GPS units and have exceptional mapping capabilities. Which includes the ability to generate bathymetry maps and calculate water volumes for the entire lake or specific portions. These technologies allow us to create a record of conditions and past management so you have the necessary and most accurate data for your project.

We can provide all your aquatic plant survey and mapping services including:

  • Full Point Intercept surveys
  • Individual species mapping
  • Specialized surveys of wild rice beds for cultural purposes

To begin leveraging the experience and knowledge of our team, give us a call at 866-208-0724 or fill out our contact form and a member of Wisconsin Lake and Pond Resource will be ready to dive in with you.

Recent Resources

Picking the Right Excavator for your Project

by Andy WassmanPond Development Supervisor When a pond project is in the planning process, one of the most important decisions is selecting the right excavator for the specific type of project. If…

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Aeration Maintenance — It Does A System Good!

By Andy Wassmann, Pond Development Supervisor Imagine that you have just invested in the purchase and installation of a properly sized aeration system for your pond. Do you sit back and think…

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Where Did My Fish Go? – Winter Fish Kills

By Joseph BergSenior Aquatic Biologist, Fisheries Specialist Every spring, we hear many of the same questions and statements regarding ponds and fish. “Where are all of my fish?”, “I think all my…

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We contacted WLPR because cattails and reed canary grass had taken over our pond. Cory evaluated the situation and recommended a program of control we could do ourselves. What a difference! The water is so clear, we can see almost to the bottom. And, except for a little granular cutrine we have not had to use algaecide at all. The reed-canary grass is gone, and we are using Shore-Klear on the cattails now, hoping to greatly reduce their numbers by spring. Thank-you WLPR

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