The improvement of fish habitat in your pond or lake can be very beneficial to your fish population. Structure or cover can be made of various materials and can provide shelter to your young forage fish, promoting better growth and survival. The materials act as attractors because of both the shelter that they provide and available prey items that inhabit the areas. It also creates more areas for bass to ambush their prey, which for the angler, attracts the bass to known areas. Recent research has shown that largemouth bass growth can be better in ponds that have reasonable amounts of structure. Proper placement of structure can be very important in making the most use out of your pond bottom contours and design. We are experienced in placing various types of structure using both sonar and GPS technologies.
The photos on this page show us placing various types of structure in order to improve fish habitat. The materials include Christmas Trees, Fish Habs, and Porcupine Fish Attractors.