Smallspot fish structure spots

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Correct fish structure placement is crucial to maximize the benefits to both the fish and fisherman. This full six pack of Small spot fish habitat markers, will help your fish structure project succeed with perfect placement under water, on the water!

Whether you have a pond or lake, a natural fish habitat or an artificial fish and plastic fish habitat can work wonders as fish attractors and fish aggregating devices (FADS). Fish cribs of various sizes and types, including those installed with the smallspot fish habitat positioning system, can cater to the diverse needs of different fish species. By providing underwater artificial habitat that includes adequate depth, cover, and food sources, these structures serve as an excellent way to attract fish, create escape routes from predators, and work great in enhancing fish populations.

Clip the re-useable spot onto any piece or limb near the top of the habitat and toss in all into the lake. The spot un-winds as the fish habitat unit drops, leaving a spot on mark where it sits on the lake floor. After your DIY fish habitat structures are installed and you can see the design, take a picture of your layout and pull the clips free from the artificial fish habitat to re-use. Your secret design that will hold fish on the SPOT!


Create the shape of cover you intend with "Spot On" accuracy. The Smallspots measure 3.5" long and 1.5" in diameter, with over 30 feet of line and a sturdy spring clip attached.


Design and install your next fish structure project with confidence. Works on all types of fish habitat products that sink. Ballast weight system ensures a truly vertical "spot". 


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  • 5
    simple and easy

    Posted by Stan Jennings Midland,Texas on 26th May 2011

    why didn't I think of that? great idea and needed product. Priceless in good fish habitat design.

  • 5
    spot on

    Posted by greg tomlin,boise,idaho on 25th Apr 2011

    Great idea! never could tell where things ended up. Love them!!

  • 5

    Posted by Carrieann on 19th Apr 2011

    Kudos! What a neat way of thinking about habitat!