Safehouse Artificial Fish Habitat

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The Safehouse multi purpose mid depth artificial fish habitat, stands 48" tall and weighs about 16 pounds each. These proven and cost effective fish habitat units, allow fish, bugs and underwater creatures of virtually all sizes, to take refuge to hunt and hide around this mid to shallow fish cover. When fully opened, this fish crib covers an area over 7' wide, with limbs ranging in size from about 3" up to 6" wide, providing a medium texture limb display. As with all of our habitat products, they actually do what we say they do, protect and grow more fish.

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Consisting of dozens separate PVC limbs, they each bend open to grow life, create shade and protect all sizes of bugs and fish. With an average of 50 square feet of surface area each, they provide plenty of room for algae and shade to attract and protect fish. This particular model has been around from the start, showing us all how fish love the variety and protective reclaimed PVC pieces.

 Recommended for depths from about 5' to 8', these units can also be bent over shorter to use in the shallows as well. Simply bend the limbs down to whatever depth you need and put this compact  fish cover in water, from two to three feet and up. Years of installations from coast to coast, this proven concept in reclaimed PVC fish cribs, has taken the lead in surface area, periphyton growth and variety of abstarct limbs. With medium textured pieces, these attractors will hold not only forage and baitfish, but the predators looking to eat them as well. No two are ever alike.

Reclaimed PVC limbs provide an Eco.-friendly solution to replenishing important fish habitat. Setting the industry standard in fish holding coverage, the Safehouse mid depth fish habitat units will keep you fish healthy and growing fast. Easy to install, just bend the limbs in any and all directions by hand and toss or place, into your water body. The self weighted base, ensures the habitat unit will stand upright like an underwater bush, giving forms of aquatic life, options of where to hide, hunt or loaf. Installed in clusters, they can't be beat by any open spaced fish attractors on the market.

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 Combine these mid depth fish cribs with others to create your own underwater landscape, allowing the variety of cover to attract the variety of aquatic life. Dense center sections offer protection and concealment for the smallest of creatures, while providing hunting grounds for the predators in your lake or pond system. "This is the best money you will spend on habitat. I've tried them all and this holds an incredible amount of life."

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  • 5
    Worth every penny

    Posted by Terry Hasner on 27th Feb 2020

    This is the best money you will spend on habitat. I've tried them all and this holds an incredible amount of life

  • 5
    easy to use

    Posted by jerry lincoln on 8th Feb 2016

    i liked that i didnt need any tools or parts. bent them up and tossed right off our dock. kids and i catch tons of fish now without leaving in the boat to find a good spot. good stuff!

  • 5
    works good

    Posted by butch canter on 19th Jan 2016

    i put 8 in my pond and they work good

  • 5
    Quick, easy and effective

    Posted by Mark on 3rd Jun 2012

    Structures could not have been easier to configure. They arrived in a couple of days, well packed and assembly took 5 minutes tops. They deploy in a blink and pulled one for a quick look 2 weeks to the day, and it was already seeing algae growth which is perfect. What a great solution for those of us with man made lakes needing critical fish habitat.

  • 5
    4 is all you need

    Posted by Rich Smeal Lincoln,Nebraska on 27th May 2011

    I put all four together like you said and the fish stay there all the time.Thanks!

  • 5
    Fish habitat works

    Posted by Susannah Harris San Diego,Ca on 19th Apr 2011

    Just like the website says, grows algae fast and brings fish in!