Improving your lake or rivers habitat will inevitably improve the biodiversity – better conditions for fish to spawn and for wildlife conservation. Physical improvements can provide refuges for fish as well as helping to increase food production; this might include underwater reefs or submerged habitats for protection from predators. Brushwood reefs can be made by cutting and attaching overhanging limbs and bushes, in addition; faggot bundles and weighted coir logs can be utilised in a similar way.
Aquatic Consultancy Ltd can advise on an array of sustainable methods of creating improvement for habitats, appropriate for the water body and also apply for appropriate licensing if required. Water quality within a fishery is important and often determines the biological productivity of the water, so a site visit would be necessary in order to provide the most appropriate solution.