Fishiding Leads the Way in Artificial Fish Habitat-Designed By Fish, For Fish

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SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 2014

 

Newly placed, this Fishiding High Rise model towers 12 feet off the lake floor and will soon become a haven for fish in lakes where natural cover is at a premium. (C)Eric Engbretson Photo


Artificial fish habitat structures are becoming more popular today. They're being used more and more, especially in large southern reservoirs devoid of important structure fish need. Fish managers have traditionally placed bundles of Christmas trees or cedar trees on the lake bottom to try to provide cover for fish. While effective, the lifespan of tree bundles or brush piles is limited, so replenishing them has always been an ongoing and expensive process. Today, artificial habitat structures are gaining popularity because they don't decay or deteriorate.

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