Already have, but it didn't work too well
Of course, the water was only about 6-12" deep, we had a very wet spring, and our field was flooded quite often to the point of being closer to a swamp. The trick was to touchdown on the one dry spot, and be slowed down enough to avoid the deep water.
It didn't work. I faired OK
, just got REAL wet- backseat of a Cub with no doors hitting a mud puddle at 35 mph is NOT fun. I managed to keep the stick back and gave it enough power to keep her upright.
One of our other pilots landed long and fast, and made the mistake of hitting the brakes as he hit the mud puddle (as evidenced by the plowing at the end of his tracks). He went over on his back. The plane was back up flying in 2 weeks...