Honey Hole Shrub – Fish Habitat Structure
The Honey Hole Shrub premium fish habitat structures attract fish and provide excellent protection and cover in your pond or lake.
The Honey Hole Shrub premium fish habitat structures attract fish and provide excellent protection and cover in your pond or lake. These shallow-depth habitats are designed specifically to shelter and attract juvenile fish of prey species like Bluegill. These structures also boost baitfish production by maximizing surface area for egg attachment as well as small refuge spaces for macro-invertebrates.
Because of the unique design, the Honey Hole Shrub fish habitat structures don’t snag your equipment while you are fishing. These habitats are lightweight and easy to assemble, with a powder-coated steel weight, pre-drilled holes, and no glue required. Simply assemble the fish habitat structure and drop it into your pond or lake (you can also place them on the ice in wintertime and let them sink naturally in the spring). The unique design ensures that they sink upright every time!
Single Honey Hole Shrub habitat structures can be used effectively in small areas, but should be used in combination to create adequate structure on larger bodies of water. Combine the “Shrubs” with “Trees” to create a forest of fish habitat.
Each Shrub imitates a natural submerged bush with eighty-four flexible polyethylene “limbs”.
Place shrub in water that is at least 3 feet deep.
Powder Coated Steel Weight provided
|Dimensions||27 × 27 × 11 in|
84 sq. ft.
|Leaf Limb Count||
84 26″ flexible limbs
High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)