This new brush pile was created in April 2008 off the point near the swimming beach in the state park. Approximately 80 very large Christmas trees were used in a variety of depths (20-30 feet). It has already offered some excellent crappie fishing and should be productive for a variety of species throughout the year.
A buoy marks this attractor.
We upgraded this brush pile in May 2009 with the addition of over 200 cedar trees.
We really beefed up this brush pile again with the addition of 160 7-12 foot pine trees from a local Christmas tree farm. Thanks to the many volunteers who assisted with this effort in April 2011.
We again upgraded this fish attractor in March 2014 with the addition of 100 cedar trees.