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The Science Behind Fishiding Artificial Fish Habitat-Time Lapse Video (Part 2 of 10) #13425246 02/03/20 03:14 PM
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Part Two: Integration

There’s no such thing as a single artificial habitat that does it all. That’s why Fishiding habitat comes in various and many different design models. Each habitat model is conceived to achieve a specific purpose or to serve in a specific range of depth. In this time-lapse video, you see several of our “Bunker” models combined with two “Small Stake” units. Every Fishiding habitat is designed to mimic something in nature. When it comes to artificial habitat, our research shows that fish prefer complex designs that resemble natural elements like macrophytes or coarse woody habitat; they shy away from assemblages that look foreign and out of place. Since they mimic cattails, the “Bunker” and “Small Stake” models are best in shallow littoral zones where fish would naturally expect to find such environments. Fishiding.com


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"Reclaim habitat with reclaimed products"
"Sink some structure and the fish will come"
http://www.fishiding.com
http://www.structurespot.com
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Re: The Science Behind Fishiding Artificial Fish Habitat-Time Lapse Video (Part 2 of 10) [Re: Peepaw] #13425386 02/03/20 05:20 PM
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Interesting. thumb

Re: The Science Behind Fishiding Artificial Fish Habitat-Time Lapse Video (Part 2 of 10) [Re: Peepaw] #13426427 02/04/20 02:37 PM
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Neat video.

Re: The Science Behind Fishiding Artificial Fish Habitat-Time Lapse Video (Part 2 of 10) [Re: Peepaw] #13445412 02/20/20 03:00 PM
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The most impressive part of this video is what you can’t see. Nearby, and just out of camera range, is a wide assortment of brush piles, coarse woody habitat, rich beds of aquatic plants, and other elements that nature abundantly provides in healthy, vibrant, natural lakes. Even with this Camelot so near, fish still deem our Fishiding artificial habitat worthy of attention. We don’t maintain that artificial habitat is better than natural habitat, but by trying to mimic nature in our designs, we demonstrate that it’s possible to create credible surrogates.


"Reclaim habitat with reclaimed products"
"Sink some structure and the fish will come"
http://www.fishiding.com
http://www.structurespot.com
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