Pond King Honey Hole Fish Attractor Log

Artificial Fish Habitat

  • Catch Larger Fish In Your Pond
  • Create The Ultimate Fishing Spot
  • Provides Ample Coverage & Will Not Rot

Create the ultimate fishing spot in your pond or lake. The Honey Hole Log is designed to create a breeding ground for plankton and insect larvae to attract bait fish and lure larger fish to favorite fishing spots. Each log is lightweight and versatile and can be used in depths of 3 - 4 feet to create a large habitat for bait fish. Combine several logs together to create "tree" structures that are perfect to attract larger fish in water 6 - 10 feet deep.

Honey Hole Logs are easy to install and assembles in just minutes. No glue required. Logs also never rot or need to be replaced and won't snag fishing lures. Honey Hole Logs are environmentally friendly, made of a polyethylene log and snag-free polyethylene flexible limbs that are 24 inches long (each). Choose from 2' or 4' logs in 1, 2 or 3 packs.

Pond King Honey Hole Log Feature Image

Tech Specs

Each Log Includes:

Honey Hole Log 2 Foot
2' Log
Honey Hole Log 4 Foot
4' Log
Application Fish Habitat Fish Habitat
Ideal Placement Depth 3 Feet or Deeper 3 Feet or Deeper
Coverage Area Over 4,000 Sq. In. Over 130 Ft.
Included Limbs 34 (24" Long) 68 (24" Long)
Material Polyethylene Polyethylene

Specifications are based on the 2' Log or 4' Log single pack options, but 2-pack and 3-pack options are also available.

When To Use

Use the Honey Hole Log from Pond King to provide a place of escape, benefitting juvenile fish. The ample coverage will provide surface area for eggs to increase spawning and survival. Algae will also attach to the structure acting as a food source for the fish increasing their overall size.

Tech Tip: Place up to 18 single logs per acre in water that's 3 - 4 feet deep to create a breeding ground for baitfish or combine logs together to create a "tree structure" 6 - 10 feet deep to draw in larger fish. We recommend 12 single logs and 9 "tree structures" per acre.

How To Assemble

To assemble you will need a Phillips screwdriver and a standard brick or half cinder block.

Step 1: Attach the four connector tubes on one side of the log making note of "Up" etched on the log.

Step 2: Forming the log shape, attach the connector tubes on each end to the opposite side of the log.

Step 3: Run the two middle connector tubes through a standard brick to attach weight to the log.

Step 4: Push the limbs into the drilled holes so they extend about one inch past the inside of the log.

Installing Attractors

Single Logs or Porcupine Attractors Create a Breeding Ground for Baitfish
Single logs or porcupine attractors provide an escape area for smaller fish and should be placed in water 3'-4' in depth. Baitfish will have a ready food source of plankton and insect larvae that grow on the limbs of the Fish Attractors. The vertical tubes also provide a substrate on which the forage fish can lay their eggs.

Combining Logs to Create "Tree" Structures Attract the Big Fish
Combining several Fish Attractor Logs together produces a permanent haven for bass, crappie and catfish. Best utilized in water that is 6'-10' deep, these "tree" structures provide over the surface area for plankton and insect larvae to attach to. The tunnel through the log allows baitfish a place to hide, which in turn attracts the larger fish and becomes the perfect spot to fish.


Recommended per Acre:
• 12 Single logs/Porcupines
• 9 Tree Structures (Each tree = two 4' logs)

Fish Attractor Map


Usage Information

Replacement Parts

Here are the replacement parts for Pond King Honey Hole Fish Attractor Log.

Weeds Treated

The first step towards effectively treating any pond weed is proper identification. Pond King Honey Hole Fish Attractor Log is recommended for use against each of the weeds listed below. Click on your desired weed for more information and alternate control options.