In an attempt to plan for the worst and hope for the best I thought I should drill myself a well. I also wanted to do this as inexpensive as possible as it was a new thought and not super high up on my list of priorities. To be clear, this is for the garden. where I live we have a secondary water source from spring run off that is run by the Weber Basin Water Conservancy. They control the irrigation. this means that in drought years the water is rationed or turned on later in season and off earlier in the season. It would be expensive to water an acre with culinary water. So for the "just in case" I looked into it. Based on a few quick internet searches and youtubes it seemed that the cheapest way was to hook a hose up to some pvc or galvanized pipe and start hydro drilling. this worked well for about 40' then it got hard to clean out the well from the mud. I drove scrap 3" pvc pipe down to about 20' and that helped. long story short is that I cant seem to find the water table. Is there someone like the county or city that would know this? has anyone found a better way to build a well on a budget? Any advise on well drilling would be awesome.