Want to feed your fish for only pennies a day?
Our new bug light fish feeder can do just that. A fluorescent light attracts all types of bugs, then a high-speed fan disables them and knocks them into the water to feed your fish. Your fish will be delighted by the variety of bugs this light attracts and dispatches into the water for their feeding pleasure. You can place the feeder on your dock or on a post that overhangs the water. Powered by a standard 115V circuit, this unit operates for less than $.10 a day if you run it for 12 hours a day. Unlike a bug zapper that fries the bugs, this feeder stuns them and provides your fish nutritious, raw bugs without the burned flavor.
This product can also provide hours of entertainment as you watch your bass, bream, crappie and other fish come in to feed. What a great way to feed your fish and to kill a few bugs in the process! We recommend plugging the bug light fish feeder into a GFCI plug-in. A photocell timer can also be used to turn your feeder on at dusk and back off at daybreak to ensure you make the most out of your Bug Light Fish Feeder.
Why fry your bugs with a bug zapper when you can feed them live, intact ones that don’t taste burnt!
Bug Light Fish Feeder Features:
- Fluorescent light attracts a wide variety of bug
- High-speed fan disables bugs
- Bugs fall into the water to feed fish
- Convenient to mount on a dock or any location that overhangs the water
- Runs of 115V circuit
- Plug into GFCI plug for safety
- Can safely run up to 12 hours a day while only costing $.10 in electricity
Tips to grow Trophy Fish
As with any other living creature, the environment around is what contributes to the overall well-being. The same thing goes for the large bass fish. When it comes to bass fish, they like to conserve their energy as much as possible when hunting for prey. One way bass like to catch smaller fish is by finding cover. The bass will hide within their cover as they wait for the smaller fish to swim closer. Providing enough cover for your bass will allow them to grow and thrive. In addition, they’ll be able to conserve their weight and structure as they hunt. An ideal coverage area can revolve around 10 to 15 percent of the pond’s habitat. You can use rock piles, hardwoods, and cedars. One of the easiest ways to add cover for your fish is to add a fish attractor to your pond. Outdoor Water Solutions offers a variety of fish attractors for your pond no matter how much or little cover your fish need.
A Steady Stream of Feed
A feeding program is another ideal way to grow your trophy fish. Remember that your number one priority is to keep your fish on a regular feeding schedule. Always have enough forage fish for your bass. Bluegill is the primary preference for bass in general. If you want to grow your trophy fish, adding just one pound on a bass fish takes around 10 pounds of forage fish. It’s a good idea to replenish your forage fish by having enough bluegill that spawn in the long term. Of course, ensure that you also have supplemental alternatives other than bluegill forage in your pond. You can include Golden Shiners, Threadfin Shad, Crawfish, and Rainbow Trout, to mention some examples.