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What can you do with your used fishing line? Recycle it and the Berkley Conservation Institute will put it back in the water in the form of a Berkley Fish-Hab structure.
A Berkley Fish-Hab is an artificial, underwater habitat structure made from recycled monofilament fishing line and line spools, along with other post-consumer materials like milk cartons and soft drink bottles. The Fish-Hab attracts fish and encourages plant growth almost immediately, providing the natural cover essential to the growth of a healthy fish population.
If left in the environment, discarded fishing line becomes a potential threat to wildlife. The Berkley Conservation Institute turns this hazard into a real benefit to fish and fishing.
Fish-Habs are available to everyone; pond owners, anglers, communities or anyone interested in improving an aquatic habitat. We designed the 4-foot cube Fish-Hab structure to be easily assembled in minutes. The completed assembly is lightweight and easy to anchor under water.
To order a Fish-Hab, send 75 UPC codes from Berkley line spools or packages or $75 to:
1900 18th Street
Spirit Lake, IA 51360
Use a Berkley Fish-Hab to start your own local aquatic rejuvenation project today!
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George Bernard Shaw