wing dam


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wing dam

[′wiŋ ‚dam]
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When I want to cast and swim something slowly across the face of a rock spine or wing dam, it's a 4-inch Z-Man Scented PaddlerZ on 3/8-ounce HeadlockZ HD head (3/0 hook version).
outside the tunnel: -works restoration, repair and strengthening crown, eardrum, exit and Bando portal trench above the canopy and waterproofing; -repair trench above the exit tunnel on the left; -realization a grille at the entrance of the gallery; -repair left wing dam entrance.
Steve Alexander says the body was spotted by two fishermen near a wing dam by Cathedral Park.
To hunt from the boat, Walvoord beaches it against a wing dam, sandbar or peninsula.
At each randomly selected fish sampling site, macrohabitat was stratified into BW = backwater, MCB-U = main channel border unstructured, MCB-W = main channel border wing dam, SC = side channel, TRI = tributary mouth, TWZ = tailwater zone, and IMP = impounded (i.
Less active, feeding walleyes often group behind a current break like a bridge abutment, wing dam, fallen tree, natural point, or rockbar.
Schools of walleyes and saugers congregate in a 3-mile section below the Red Wing dam, offering winter-weary walleye anglers their first taste of open-water paradise.
Contract award: weir breisach: application for flood retention; lot 2: rehabilitation wing dam - ba wing dam.
Influence of wing dam notching on fish, aquatic invertebrates, hydrographic relief, current velocity, substrate, water temperature, and dissolved oxygen in Pool 13, upper Mississippi River.
A few hundred yards downstream a float dives under behind a wing dam, where dozens of chunky 8- to 10-inch bluegills set up in the main river.
Contract notice: Weir breisach, used for flood retention; lot 2: rehabilitation wing dam - dam construction stage wings
An example would be water rushing up to a wing dam, speeding across the top, then stalling and forming a pool of sorts.