I live out in the country and about 2 acres around the house is under water for 6-7 months out of the year. I wonder what I could do productive with all that water? Right around the house the property is going to be elevated to the base of the house and radiate out 50 feet. But there is still going to be a lot of water around. It used to be 3 feet deep but since the county came and graded the ditches it's about a foot deep. The water is just teaming with life. It's kind of marshy with patches of grass about 1-3 feet tall because I can't mow till it's dry. It's not thick grass and easy to walk through. It's a huge pain to live in that much mud and water, but it is beautiful as I watch all the life. I was thinking either rice or crawfish. Any other ideas or experience with either of these?