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Fish Hiding Place

    Fish need to have a safe relaxing place to go whether it's to escape from predators or spawn peacefully. A good fish habitat or fish structure in shallow waters will provide baitfish with hiding places as well as areas for algae plankton and other food sources to grow. Adding fish habitat structures…
  • Nycon Koi Kastle Fish Shelters


    (40 Reviews)

    …Provide Hiding Places For Fish * Keep Fish Safe From Predators * Multiple Sizes To Fit Your Pond Tired of blue herons and other pond predators snacking on your fish? The Nycon Koi Kastle Fish Shelter is the perfect solution for ponders looking to provide a hiding place for koi and other pond fish.
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    $9.99 - 49.99
  • MossBack Fish Habitat Dock Pro Kits

    …pattern of the Safe Haven attracts bait fish to hide in a safe zone while the more open Trophy Tree structure gives the sport fish the ability to quickly find food. This allows your fish to expel less energy growing larger more quickly. For best results place in water depths of 7 feet or more. Spend…
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    $337.99 - 469.99
  • …look for fish. Adding a little bit of pond dye can create an illusion that the pond is deeper and will make it harder for fish to be seen from a long distance. * Provide Hiding Places: Just in case a heron chooses your pond for its hunting grounds give your fish a place to hide. Fish habitat like…
    …them away. * Provide hiding places for your fish. Just in case a heron does find its way into your pond give your fish a place to hide. Pond Dye can be used to shade your pond. Portions of submerged large-diameter pipe or beds of weeds work well as does the addition or other fish habitat. Muskrats…
    Fish After stocking your pond acclimating fish is simple. Place the transportation bag in a shaded area of the pond and let float for 15-20 minutes. This allows fish to slowly adjust to water temperatures in your pond. Next open the bag and let the fish swim out on their own. If you are adding fish
    …system place the SolidFlo G2 pump in the deepest portion of your pond away from your waterfall or discharge. If possible bury the AllClear G2 to keep your filter stable and help camouflage it. * Skimmer Boxes: If your pond gets a lot of leaves or you have a high-volume pump you want to hide skimmers…
    …and below the waterline offering food and shelter. Fish and snails can hang out around the leaves and stems while frogs hunt for bugs or hide in the shade. The leaves stems and root systems of underwater plants give your pond life safe places to spawn and lay their eggs. And when those tiny fry…
    …the trapdoor is still in place your snails are alive and the air will work its way out. Home Sweet Home Snails carry their home on their backs. If they feel threatened they can disappear into their shells. When hungry they will nibble on the algae leaves excess fish food and other decaying matter.…
  • MossBack Fish Habitat Trophy Trees

    …ideal fishing conditions in any pond or lake! The scuffed trunk and flexible limbs are designed to resemble a woody natural habitat that allows you to lose fewer baits and catch more fish. The openness of the snag free limbs provides plenty of space for large sport fish like bass and crappie to hide
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    $89.99 - 119.99
  • …tail and hide too. The new fish depending on size could spook the old fish causing them to retreat to their favorite hole. If this is the case in your pond give the fish time to adjust. As soon as they're used to their new home and used to one another they'll eventually come out of hiding. Encourage…
  • MossBack Fish Habitat Spawning Bed

    …that are placed in the V-Slots of the 20-Inch Root Wad pipe that sits in a round base. Once assembled simply fill small gravel and place in 3 feet or more of water to create a natural fish cover. Living Piece of Habitat * Made with Natural Colors: The natural color of MossBack Fish Habitats…
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