With all the success we have had with protecting fry within the original Cradle model, we have created another self opening model with even more surface area and ultra fine strips of PVC. These thin strands move with the water and the fish like no other material we have seen. Free Shipping!
A mixture of material thickness and length, this model is hand rolled to burst into a multitude of free flowing fingers.
Same dimensions and weight as the original, but over 20% more surface area and nothing to do but drop in water to install.
Multi colored strands lay out in all directions and heights, moving with wave, fish and slightest current.
Perfect to mix textures in the shallows with Fortress, and original Cradle model, creating countless variety of texture, simulating aquatic weed growth. approx. 40 sq. ft. of surface area each, weighs 11 pounds
Posted by Jeff on 4th Mar 2019
Deployed units on windy day, drop in set to bottom perfectly. Waiting to see how long it take for fish to find them
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Apr 2018
this is the best habitat on the market for protecting your fry. birds cant get into the cover to get them. my koi love them too!
Posted by Texas Fishing Hole on 26th Mar 2018
We have been working on making our lake a bass fishing Mecca. Hands down this is the best place to buy structure to get your fishing hole one to be proud of.
Posted by Unknown on 11th Oct 2017
This stuff is actual garbage, re-purposed into art. This stuff is awesome came packaged well and sooner than expected. Ive got it in my new pond waiting for the fish to show up (should be stocked in the next few weeks)
i cant wait to see how the fish move to the different structure in my pond. im sure these little "trash bushes" will be a big hit for the smaller bait fish creating a nice ambush point for the large mouth bass.
by the way the garbage im referring is not a bad thing.
i love how they are reclaiming things to make it useful. this is a great product and i will be a return customer.
Posted by Unknown on 19th Jan 2016
drop off the dock and fish em