The HighRise 8/8 with VerticalUpRiseTM* is the original and initial goal of the HighRise series of habitat.
We needed to get our PVC limbs up even higher than our 60" keeper model for the deeper water and steep breaklines. It's super important to cover the vertical element, fully covering the entire water column. We achieved this with a simple to install large and tall, two piece artificial habitat unit.
Balancing over 100 plus square feet of surface area in each unit and made up of hundreds of flexible PVC vinyl limbs, these two piece units cannot fall over because of the Vertical UpRiseTM* built right into the trunk. Steep slopes, not a problem with the perfect balance of PVC, buoyancy and base weight. Total unit with both sections weighs 30 pounds
What this means for the fish and the fisherman is a tall habitat unit shaped much like a tree, with fruit hanging low and high, standing vertical, indefinately. The tree continues to improve with age, producing even more fruit....in this case, fish!
Each unit comes in a black PVC base, standing over 56"" tall with a 52" top section. Both sections are bent to shape by hand and the top section gets attached to the bottom by screwing the pvc fittings together by hand, nothing else is needed.
Total square footage per unit exceeds 100 square feet, with a 95" diameter, standing almost 9' tall and weighing approximately 30 Pounds
Install a line of habitat from shallow water out to these robust pillars of the secondary break line for optimum performance in key areas. Suggested for water 12 feet and over.
Colors will vary
Posted by Stan Simmons on 23rd Jun 2017
Stands vertical on the steep drop just past our dock like it says.
Posted by Anderson family on 1st Feb 2017
This habitat holds fish constantly around our boathouse. I put 6 of them in about 15-18 feet of water and fish are around at all times. It stands up even on the steep slope off my frontage. Good product.
Posted by billy gender on 18th Jan 2016
these tall habitats work perfect in our lake i put them in 12 feet of water and they hold fish alot