Honey Hole Brush
Honey Hole Brush
Honey Hole Brush
Honey Hole Brush
Honey Hole Brush
Honey Hole Brush
Honey Hole Brush
Honey Hole Brush
Honey Hole Brush

Honey Hole Brush

Regular price$99.00
1 review
As the name implies, the Honey Hole Brush was designed to replace the brush piles created to attract game fish using old Christmas trees or other timber. While gamefish love to use such structures to ambush their prey, brush piles snag lures like crazy when newly deployed, and decay over time, becoming ineffective for fishing while also contributing to the problem of silt. Opt for the multi-packs for additional discounts -- the more you buy, the more you save!
Water Depth
Life Stage
More Specs
  • Attracts gamefish
  • Snag resistant
  • Safe for the environment
Great value for the money & the quality is as promised.
Kavin M.
 brush pile

Better than Christmas trees or timber

Pond King’s fisheries biologists designed the Honey Hole Brush specifically to provide the benefits of brush piles with a lot less hassle. One of the major problems with natural cover like brush is degradation over time within aquatic environments. The other is that when organic brush is newly deployed, it is a lure magnet. Since our habitat doesn’t decay or rot, you don’t have to worry about replacing it … ever. And, since the limbs are flexible, you’ll hook a lot fewer lures, even though it provides the same amount of structural complexity as “natural” brush when it’s newly deployed.

Cover for intermediary fish headed to deep water

With a high leaf count and natural looking appearance, fish will immediately take to the Honey Hole Brush. Standing 6 feet high, it is ideal for providing cover for intermediary fish as they venture into deeper water. And, with a surface area of 35 square feet, it quickly accumulates periphyton – an important part of the aquatic food chain - which also attracts the baitfish. 
 honey hole brush with fish
 brush safe for environment

Safe for the environment

The Honey Hole Brush is manufactured using low (LDPE) and high-density polyethylene (HDPE) with UV inhibitors. Polyethylene is a biologically inert material and is the same type of plastic approved by the FDA for use in the food storage industry, so you don’t have to worry about any unwanted toxins. The flexible limbs are easy to fish through, reducing the number of lures that get tangled and end up at the bottom of the lake, decaying or creating unintended hazards to wildlife. 


Water Depth
Surface Area
35 sq. ft.
7 lbs.
Leaf Limb Count
166 leaves/10 limbs
Life Stage

More Details

Each Honey Hole Brush includes:
  • (1) Retainer
  • (1) Plastic Float
  • (10) 4’ Horizontal Limbs
  • (1) 6’ Stem with Weight

When you order artificial fish habitat online, it will be shipped to you via ground and the fees are calculated at checkout. Typically, it takes less than a week for us to process your order for shipping from our facility in Lindsay, Texas. When it does, you’ll receive a confirmation email including your tracking number. 

All of Pond King’s artificial fish habitat carries a 10 year limited warranty on any manufacturer defects. While we stand behind our products, we aren't obligated to replace parts that are misused (eaten by otters, beavers, snapping turtles, stolen or tampered with) or damaged due to normal wear and tear. But we love a good story so if any of the above applies to you, shoot us an email (with pictures, please) to let us know what happened. 

The Honey Hole Brush requires very little assembly, and can be completed in just a few minutes without tools or glue. Just remove the Brush from the box, then group the leaves at the top of the main stem and slide through the center hole of each of the horizontal limbs, spacing the limbs evenly down the stem. Then, insert the sealed float at the top of the stem, and then push the retainer into the pre-drilled hole. Lastly, turn the horizontal limbs to create a random pattern and spread the leaves apart by folding them backward against each limb. Once completed, toss it into water that is 7 to 10 feet deep.  

Have more questions?

We’re happy to answer any questions you may have. Let us help you determine if the Honey Hole Brush is right for you.



Fish need cover. They either go to it to feed, or they go to it to avoid being eaten. Submerged vegetation is valuable as habitat for predatory species like Bass or Crappie and for forage species like Bluegill. Pond King’s fisheries biologists designed the Honey Hole product line to augment or replace naturally occurring aquatic vegetation to attract game fish (the fish that use cover as ambush to help them feed) and protect forage fish (the species that use habitat to hide from predation).
Our artificial fish habitat is designed for pond and lake owners to help with fish population management without a lot of vegetation control. Natural vegetation can be difficult to control for two primary reasons; Vegetation can take over the environment, Structure can, and almost always does, decay. For those reasons, it’s not always easy to manage naturally occurring habitat. Our fish habitat is intended to provide an effective and affordable alternative to natural cover types for a variety of purposes and objectives. All of Pond King’s artificial fish habitat is safe for the environment, reduces the likelihood of snagged lures, is easy to assemble and deploy, doesn’t decay, and you can find it using your fish finder, so locating your honey hole season after season is a snap.
The Honey Hole Grass, Reed and Dock Dropper ship fully assembled. The other Honey Hole products require some minimal assembly, which can easily be done in your shop or at your pond, but never with any toxic glues!
Absolutely not! The Honey Hole, and the Honey Hole Reed, Brush, Shrub, Tree and Grass can just be tossed into the water from your boat or the shore. You just drop the Dock Dropper from your dock (as the name implies), secure it to your deck and you are good to go.
Pond King’s Honey Hole artificial fish habitat is made of High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) and is designed to be assembled without any toxic glues or adhesives, so yes it is safe for the environment. In fact, given that it doesn’t degrade overtime and minimizes the number of lures snagged that land on the bottom of the lake or pond, some might even say our artificial fish habitat is good for the environment!
Our artificial fish habitat has a higher-than average limb count which results in a lot more surface area for the accumulation of periphyton. Plus, the materials we use to make our habitat are biologically inert, so they aren’t just safe for your pond today, they are safe for the life of the product.
Honey Hole Products Other Artificial Fish Habitat
  • HDPE with added UV inhibitor is highly resistant to degradation from exposure to sunlight, temperature extremes, and acidic or alkaline conditions.
  • Environmental degradation causes PVC to become brittle, and long term structural integrity of PVC habitat in shallow aquatic environments is problematic. 
  • HDPE and LDPE used are biologically inert materials and are the same type of plastic approved by the FDA for use in the food storage industry.
  • PVC is a mixture of vinyl chloride and phthalate based plasticizers, and other additives; many of which are suspected carcinogens and endocrine disruptors.
  • Only clean, environmentally nontoxic, durable material is used to construct Honey Hole Artificial Habitat. LDPE is sourced from virgin material free from contaminants. 
  • The manufacture, use and disposal of PVC is not "green." The release of dioxin - a persistent and highly toxic chemical - occurs during synthesis and incineration.  
  • HDPE is sourced from recycling factory re-grind material verified for environmental safety and quality, to reduce unnecessary waste and promote sustainability. 
  • PVC can contain biocides that are designed to deter microbial growth which may negatively affect bacterial diversity in biofilm that accumulates on submerged artificial habitat constructed from re-purposed PVC products. 
This Artificial Fish Habitat At-a-Glance chart shows the ideal depth and placement for each type of artificial fish habitat. If you still have questions, give us a call at (940) 305-0490 and our fisheries biologist can help you decide.