The Outdoor Water Solutions Perch Trap is designed to catch any type of bait fish or perch you need. Using a system not unlike our Catfish Trap, the Perch trap catches inbound fish in a two funnels on either side! Once in, fish cannot get out due to the funnel design that prevents them from escaping. Continuing with Outdoor Water Solutions commitment to quality, this trap is made of galvanized wire to help resist rust. Baiting the trap consists of using simple bread crumbs or cornmeal inside of pantyhose.
- Made from high-quality materials
- Easy to bait
- Anyside is rightside up
- Holds a lot of baitfish or perch at one time
- 16″ x 30″
- 2″ diameter opening on each end
Fishing at the Pond or Lake
Nothing is more relaxing than enjoying a pleasant afternoon around the pond or lake. You can find many activities to do when you’re enjoying the outdoors, such as fishing. Whether it’s with your friends or family, you can have many hours of fishing fun. However, if the fish are just not taking the bait, it can also be frustrating. One of the things that you can consider using is a pond trap. When it comes to using a pond trap, it’s essential to know which traps work best for certain types of fish. Let’s go over the differences between these pond traps.
The Purpose of Pond Traps
What is the purpose of a pond trap? Well, a pond trap can be used any time to catch fish. Many people use pond traps when they’re having trouble catching fish with traditional reels and rods. A pond trap can catch fish much faster if you use the correct bait. Moreover, it’s also essential that you use the correct type of pond trap for the right kind of fish. If you don’t use the proper pond trap, the fish could escape and swim away.
How Pond Traps Work
A pond trap works by trapping fish inside. Simply bait the pond trap and wait for the fish to get caught. The fish enters the trap through a variety of entrances, depending on the trap’s design. You also don’t have to worry about smaller fish getting caught because the traps are designed for a specific size of fish. In addition, the design includes small gaps all around the trap so that other types of pond life can escape.
The Perch Trap
The catfish prey on the perch fish. Perch are usually smaller in size than catfish. These types of fish have a soft and spiny dorsal fin. Since catfish are generally easier to catch than perch, using a pond trap in this instance would be ideal. When it comes to the trap itself, it comes in a little smaller size than the catfish trap. The trap is also easy to bait and can hold a lot of baitfish or perch throughout the catch. The perch trap features two funnels, one on each side of the trap, which will increase the chances of catching more fish at a time.