About Aquatic Attractors
Aquatic Attractors Underwater Lights are permanent space-aged lights placed on the bottom of ocean, bay, and lake floor, so anything passing over the fixture can be seen at night. The underwater lights offer hours of entertainment viewing fish and sea creatures or for night fishing.
It is a magically beautiful sight that can be enjoyed by everyone and will become a necessary part of your waterfront landscape. Underwater lights will give you unbelievable results in saltwater as well as freshwater.
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Four open-water brush attractors were installed in September 2013, three Aquatic Attractor Underwater lights were installed at the state park’s south pier in August 2013, and a brush and gravel bed complex was installed at the state park’s north pier in February 2011.
Brushpiles attract cover-seeking species like black basses, crappies, sunfishes, and catfishes; gravel beds attract spawning sunfishes; and Aquatic Attractor Underwater lights attract pelagic species like white bass, striped bass, and hybrid striped bass.
These structures provide habitat for the entire food chain, topped off by the large predator species anglers seek. When combined, these Aquatic Attractor Underwater lights can be very productive.
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