Pond King - Honey Hole Tree
Honey Hole Tree Instructions
Bass and crappie anglers love the Honey Hole Tree because it is a multi-purpose piece of artificial fish habitat. The environmentally safe tubing which is used for the limbs creates 15,000 square inches of surface area for algae, eggs, and insect larvae to attach to, creating an ample food source for baitfish. The dozens of slots around the cone-shaped base allow baitfish access to a place to hide, which in turn attracts larger fish. The flexible limbs provide the ideal place for lunker bass to lay in waiting to ambush their prey. Unlike natural habitat, you can fish through the flexible limbs of this artificial fish structure without snagging your lure, putting more fish in the boat and fewer lures at the bottom of your pond.
- Gamefish find and hold onto this structure immediately
- Safe for the environment and easy to install
- Will not rot, never needs to be replaced - a great investment in your pond
A cluster of at least 3 trees in a triangular pattern is the most effective. Sink trees on points or coves and any spot where there is a sharp contrast in water depth. Another prime location is under a floating dock or pier. In deeper water you may want to suspend the tree off the bottom. Most fish, especially bass and crappie, like to suspend off of the bottom when water depths exceed 15 ft. The Honey Hole Tree is the only artificial fish habitat on the market that can be suspended from the bottom.