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Recent Depth Survey UMRM 595.2 - 594.7
Picking rail cars out of the river North of Waupeton

LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS


MILE 790.6 - BRIDGE MAINTENANCE
  Red Wing Highway Bridge;  Horizontal Clearance will be reduced to 320 feet until May 21, 2018.  Beginning May 21, 2018 until the fall of 2018, the horizontal clearance may be reduced to 385 feet, while construction is being conducted on the new bridge.  For additional information mariners may contact the site supervisor Tom Mohr by phone at (715) 610-4011.

MILE 788.9 - CHANNEL CONDITION
Shoaling has been reported in the vicinity of Mile 788.9, approximately 75 feet off the nun buoy line.  Mariners are urged to exercise caution in the area.

MILE 725.9 - BRIDGE MAINTENANCE
Winona Highway Bridge;  Repairs are ongoing, a work platform is suspended up to 4 feet below low steel in the navigation span following the contour of the bridge.  For additional information, mariners may contact the M/V ANDREA M., via VHF-FM Channel 13 or 16 or by phone at (651) 328-4994.


MILE 699.8 - CHANNEL CONDITION
Due to high water levels, increased currents and drift potential, towboat operators should remain vigilant and be experienced in high water  operations.  At the LaCrosse Railroad Bridge (LLNR 13375) in the vicinity of Mile 699.8, helper tugs are strongly recommended for southbound tows pushing 9 or more loaded barges.  Mariners are urged to exercise caution in the area.

MILE 615.2 - CHANNEL CONDITION
  Shoaling has been reported mid-channel in the vicinity of Mile 615.2, north of L/D 10.  Mariners are urged to exercise caution in the area.

 


MILE 595.0 - DREDGE OPERATION
Continuing until further notice, the M/V MOLINE or the M/V DAVENPORT will conduct dredging operations/strike removal in the vicinity of Mile 595.0, Rosebrook Island, Pool 11.  Work will be conducted from 7:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., 7-days a week.  The M/V MOLINE or the M/V  
DAVENPORT will monitor VHF-FM Channel 13, 16 or 82 and requests 30-minutes advance notice of passage.  Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed and proceed with caution, after passing arrangements have been made.

  MILE 594.7 - MILE 592.2 - CHANNEL CONDITION
  Shoaling has been reported between approximate Miles 594.7 and 592.2.  A M/V reportedly grounded in the area, mid-channel, on March 21, 2018.  Mariners are urged to exercise caution in the area.

MILE 583.0 - L/D RESTRICTION
  Continuing until further notice, the USACE has initiated restrictions at L/D 11 in the vicinity of Mile 583.0.  Southbound towboats are required to land on L/D 11 upper Iowa side dogleg and flatten out on the dogleg before being locked through.  Mariners may contact the L/D via VHF-FM Channel 14 or at (563) 582-1204, for additional information.

MILE 583.0 - MILE 582.0 - SUNK BARGES
Two barges have reportedly sank between approximate Miles 583.0 and 582.0.  Salvage operations pend.  Mariners are urged to exercise caution in the area.

MILE 575.5 - BRIDGE REPLACEMENT
Railroad Bridge #39.2;  A small wooden trestle railroad bridge is being replaced over an unnamed creek in the vicinity of Mile 575.5.  A work barge is protruding 150 feet out into the river from the RDB.  For additional information, mariners may contact the work barge via VHF-FM Channel 13 or 16, or by phone at (608) 770-3206.

MILE 535.0 - BRIDGE REPAIRS
  Continuing until approximately May 17, 2018, emergency repairs are being conducted on the Sabula Railroad Drawbridge in the vicinity of Mile 535.0.  Work will be conducted from 7:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 7:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., on Fridays.  The M/V ANNE MARIE will be moored inside the navigation channel and requests 1-hour advance notice of passage, to move out of the channel.  The M/V ANNE MARIE will monitor VHF-FM Channel 13 or at (920) 205-7149.  During non-working hours, the M/V ANNE MARIE will be moored below the bridge along the RDB.  Mariners are urged to transit the area with caution.


MILE 485.81 - BRIDGE REPLACEMENT
  I-74 Replacement Bridge;  The main navigation span may at times be reduced to 500 feet, due to pier construction.  All access in and around Sylvan Slough remains open but mariners are requested to transit the construction site with caution.  Mariners may contact the M/V CLEVA LEE via  VHF-FM Channel 16 or at (920) 450-1357, for more information.


Full report here.



Certificate of Documentation good for 5 years, starting 2017

From WaterWayGuide.com

See page 14, Sec 311 here.

Lock and Dam 10 Guttenberg, Ia

Looking across towards the Iowa side near UMRM 562 (Bellevue Beach)







 

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