Bill Dance's Porcupine Fish Attractor is the product of one man's ingenuity and his passion to bring fish a little closer to anglers. Designed for large or small lakes, the Porcupine Fish Attractor not only draws fish in but also improves spawning habitat. It takes the hassle out of designing and building your own submersible fish structure for your pond or a large reservoir, and it's easy to assemble and very affordable. Basically, it is constructed of a series of PCV pipes that attach to a noncorrosive, ball-like sphere at the center. These structures are perfect to place under piers, boathouses, docks or by themselves in a line out from the shore. After a few weeks of adjusting to these new structures, the fish will gravitate to them and swim along and through them. Eventually, algae and plankton will grow on these structures and attract even more fish. They provide shade and refuge to smaller fish to help increase survival rates. They are even designed to catch fish without losing lures or getting tangled up, because as the fish swims into it for protection; you are reeling in and pulling the fish toward you, and eventually the line will slide right off the attractor's extension. These structures even show up on fish finders and sonar units. Mark your Porcupine Fish Attractor locations with GPS or landmarks for both night-fishing and ice-fishing trips. Everyone from anglers to biologists, professional lake management companies to tournament anglers are using the Porcupine Fish Attractor to attract fish
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Sizes: Medium (4 ft.), Large (5-1/2 ft.).