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Recent Fish Habitat News

Muskies leave wild Rose Hatchery after 10 months learning to hunt in Fishiding Habitat

We'll follow up with a full story about the release of approx. 9000 musky being studied while rearing in our habitat.

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Original Fishiding Habitat Musky Study

Wild Rose muskie-rearing study dependent on vinylBY LARRY POLENSKE CONTRIBUTING WRITERPosted on September 5, 2013Wild Rose, Wis. — A study to see if artificial structure placed in rearing ponds improves growth rates and hardiness of muskies is being conducted at the Wild Rose Fish Hatchery.Pieces of “structure” made from scrap vinyl was bought for the [...]

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Seneca Nation Habitat Project on Allegany with Fishiding

The Seneca Nation Department Of Fish And Wildlife Is Doing Critical Habitat Restoration In The Allegheny Reservoir with 1000's of Fishiding Habitat Units   Full news story here..........

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Potash Fish Back Tournament Scheduled For May 30th in Appleton,GA

We will be flying down once again this year for the third annual Fish back tournament by Potash in sunny Georgia. As the well over 150 boats launch in the morning, they all receive an artificial habitat Bunker unit to bend and deploy in the first or second stop of the event. To date, over three hundred [...]

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New self-opening shallow habitat model is here!!

We have been working on another shallow model for the fry in depths of 4 feet and under. This lifelike and flowing new model will surely grow lots of fish and periphyton/algae on the multiple textures of the six different cuts included.NOW AVAILABLE HERE watch it unfold itself straight out of the box:http://youtu.be/4rgQQb83VGM

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NFWF awards Seneca Nation grant to stabilize shoreline, creating fish habitat across miles of the Allegany Reservoir with Fishiding Habitat

Silt and sedimentation are clogging our nation’s waterways and reservoirs. Years of fluctuating water levels, erosion, development, nutrient loading and decomposition of natural materials, have put these waters in dire need of improvements. Fish habitat, which includes habitat for countless other equally important aquatic organisms, lacks to the degree on many U.S, waters, that no [...]

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Wild Rose Hatchery habitat study underway with 10,000 five inch spotted Musky fingerlings

An exciting follow up to the first of two stories written about our habitat study in Wisconsin at Wild Rose State Hatchery. The first article explained the entire project in which hundreds of Fishiding habitat units were delivered and installed to grow "smarter"musky.As the second follow up article states, the project was delayed due to the fish testing [...]

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Artificial fish habitat improving parks in Orange County California

Some California bass and panfish have new homes on their way to Carbon Canyon Regional park in Brea California, which has been recently dredged, sealed and getting ready for fishing. A number of flooding events had carried extensive amounts of sediment into the lake and filled it almost completely in. The lake has been reclaimed [...]

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