This deep water brushpile was created in August 2006 and consists of 200 medium and large cedar trees anchored with cinder blocks and other weights. At conservation pool, the trees will be from about 10 to 20 feet deep and should be a good location to find crappie throughout the year. In addition, it is located on a sharp dropoff and will concentrate walleye, white bass, and channel catfish. A buoy marks this brushpile.
An additional 80 cedar trees were added to this brushpile in August 2011.