Fish Tree Shleafs DIY Mid Depth Fish Cover

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Fishiding self opening Shleafs for habitat

The ShleafTM is our all new magnum tall, super wide, stiff and flimsy display of light gathering surface area made from repurposed PVC sheets that were headed to the landfill. Hand cut and custom creased with proven underwater, aquatic habitat success.

This box contains all eight dozen of the ready made and super thick .060 pieces, to create your own customized transition reclaimed artificial fish habitat. This thickness at this size and length make the 48" size special and most unique. Extra wide at the top and narrowing near the bottom, we recommend the use of three to five in each individual habitat unit. You provide the containers and cement, the labor and design. Create the habitat size and complexity you want for your fish!

48" tall Shleafs by
Eight dozen 48" tall Shleafs by
Fishiding Shleafs

With eight dozen separate ShleafsTM, you can see how far this box will go for the fish. The 48" tall pieces are all cut and creased by hand, always exclusively from unused extra thick .060 PVC panels, destined as scrap. They are carefully creased at the bottom where they get stuck in cement and wide and flexible at the tops. Each individual ShleafTM panel weighs under a pound, with two dozen weighing on average, about 15 pounds. 

Averaging from 4" to over 7" wide at the tops, they really cast a bunch of shade, creating great mid depth ambush locations. Each dozen ShleafsTM equal 35 square feet of surface area for periphyton and algae growth. The eight dozen ShleafsTM included, will equal over 275 sq.'

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  • 5
    perfect cover

    Posted by art fonte on 6th Oct 2020

    super easy plastic cover to put in

  • 5
    Fish are all over this stuff

    Posted by Art Hask on 21st Sep 2020

    I cant believe how well and how fast this habitat had fish around it. Turned green in a week and full of brim and crappie. we put it in cinder blocks around our dock

  • 5
    Easiest habitat ever

    Posted by Walt Brown on 30th Sep 2019

    Ready made and easy to stand up in cement. next time we will order two different boxes to mix