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  • Porcupine Fish Attractor Spheres - 3 Pack

    4.9

    (20 Reviews)

    …Catch More Fish * Increase Survival Rates For Young Fish * Catch Bigger Fish Without Tangling Lures Build your own habitat with this three pack of Porcupine Fish Attractor Spheres. Fish attractors encourage baitfish and increase survival rates by providing refuge and shade for young fish. Best of…
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    $44.99
  • Pond King Honey Hole Shrubs

    5.0

    (3 Reviews)

    * Create an Underwater Habitat * Promote Survival of Juvenile Fish * Designed for Shallow Water The Honey Hole Shrub Fish Attractor boosts baitfish production and survival of juvenile fish. Plankton and insect larvae quickly cling to the limbs to provide an abundant food source. Made out of a poly…
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    $169.00 - 1569.00
  • Pond King Honey Hole Trees

    5.0

    (2 Reviews)

    * Attract Game Fish & Increase Spawning * Can Be Suspended From The Bottom * Includes 93 Flexible Snag Free Limbs The Honey Hole Tree is the only artificial fish habitat on the market that can be suspended from the bottom. This fish attractor imitates a natural 6' x 7' area of cover that can be…
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    $239.00 - 1899.00
  • Pond King Honey Hole Spawning Discs

    * Increase Fish Hatching by 300−400% * Increase Pre-hatch Survivorship * Will Not Rot Overtime Environmentally Friendly Create a self-sustaining fishery by increasing reproduction of game fish. Each Spawning Disc is a 20 concave poly disc that is elevated off the bottom of the pond on a 9…
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    $99.00 - 299.00
  • …check. When you first stock your pond we recommend adding some fathead minnows to feed the predator fish while the prey fish become established. In proper conditions minnows can be a snack for your fish that will replenish themselves. Fish Types When stocking your pond selecting fish of similar size…
    If you stock game fish in your pond or lake you better know your baitfish. Used as food for larger predatory game fish these small swimmers are typically common species that breed rapidly. They're easy to catch easy to supply and easy to stock. Freshwater baitfish include any fish of the minnow or…
    …In addition to predator fish stock some forage species like minnow or shiners too. With proper habitat this will give the small fish a chance to grow and provide everyone - predators and bluegill - with something to eat. There are however some drawbacks to stocking your pond with hybrid bluegills…
    …all the fish species you could stock in your pond catfish is an excellent choice. These bottom dwellers live in inland or coastal water on every continent except Antarctica and include some of the most varied fish on the planet. Channel catfish the most common type stocked for sport fishing thrives…
    fish population in your pond thriving make sure they have safe places to spend their time like in the Porcupine Fish Attractor Spheres. The spheres with their PVC-pipe barbs provide a safe spawning habitat and a refuge for young fish. For additional details check out our article about fish stocking.
    …pond stocked with a good ratio of prey to predator fish and even adding minnows from time to time will keep a natural balance to the pond. For tips on how the properly stock your fish please read: How To Stock a Pond. Creating habitats in the pond will allow places for the smaller prey fish and…
    fish will enjoy improved spawning habitat and young fish will have a great place to hide when predators are on the hunt. Using our fish attractor spheres you'll see improved fish survival rates healthier stocks and if you're so inclined better fishing. The buddy system makes life easier When a fish
  • Oase OxyTex

    …Aerator (sold separately) for a unique combination of oxygen supply water circulation and nutrient decomposition to ensure that your koi and fish stock remain healthy and thriving. Patented grass-like fiber structure provides a habitat for beneficial bacteria that contributes to a healthier…
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    $114.99
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