A bag of cement, some donuts and a Saturday morning, is all you will need to build some long term habitat and improving the fishing around tour favorite spot.
We continue to strive to be the most cost effective alternative for improving fish habitat by offering loose reclaimed PVC for habitat, for the do it yourself folks who want to save and do more themselves.
This 8"x 8"x 48" 30 pound box jammed full of material, can create from eight to ten separate habitat units.That's under $10.00 per crib!
Each box contains approx. 175 square feet of surface area for shade and algae growth.
Pieces ranging from 1/4" wide to 6" wide and from 16" tall all the way up to 48".
There is a mixture of most every profile and cut we produce in our various habitat models from shallow models up to mid depth and transition cover too.
Make the material into our models or create your own design by adding various other materials.
Our PVC material can be cut with tin snips, razor knife or sturdy scissors to add even more custom, fishiding places.
A variety of mismatched colors, profiles, and otherwise left over pieces from our various product lines.
Rigid and flimsy, wide and narrow. You will get a little of everything in this pack.
All the sorting, cleaning, cutting and grouping is done, you find the buckets or cinder blocks and mix the cement.
Perfect for groups and organizations with limited budgets and plenty of manpower.
All pieces are cleaned, cut and all potential snags, removed.
Posted by john hakley on 11th Sep 2019
an hour and a half to make 9 units in cinder blocks and dropped into lake next day
Posted by sammy honer on 16th Apr 2018
good amount for the money and lots of different stuff included
Posted by Chris TX on 25th Feb 2018
After buying a lot of material at a hardware store, I ran across this bundle. Hands down the best value for the money. This is the only way to go if you are making structures.
Posted by Bill Chancy on 8th Feb 2016
This worked well for me as I am retired and have plenty of time. It only took a couple of hours to round up the stuff and pour them. I made 13, but added a few plastic pieces I had around the garage. I will order more.
Posted by Unknown on 29th Jul 2013
I divided parts up and made 4 structures from one box. used longer pieces in the middle and shorter on the outside. Fish quickly moved around them. Keep in mind where you decide to place them play a vital role in how many fish will be around them.
Posted by charter fisherman association on 20th Feb 2013
wish it had more short pieces but we just cut some of the long ones in half. We made 12 full cribs out of one box. We will be ordering more. thanks