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Weed Raker™ – Pond & Lake Aquatic Weed Rake

$169.99

  • Remove Vegetation & Organic Matter
  • Reduce Timely Maintenance
  • Pull In From As Far As 45 Feet Away

Details

The Jenlis Weed Raker is pond weed rake that removes vegetation and organic matter from your pond. It is efficient at removing submerged lake & pond weeds, pulling out the roots of aquatic weeds slowing their re-growth, and removing surface debris. Get to the root of your lake or pond weed problem with the lowest, widest aquatic weed rake in the industry. The Weed Raker can be of great assistance when you also have dead decaying matter at the bottom of your pond, as this matter can feed the growth of more aquatic vegetation and nutrient rich muck.

CUT IT, RAKE IT, & ROLL IT to create a pristine swimming/beach area! Use the Weed Razer to cut the weeds, Weed Raker to pull them out, and the Muck Razer to devour the muck and roots on the bottom! 

TECH SPECS

Jenlis Weed Raker
Weed Raker
APPLICATION Pond & Lake Rake
RAKER HEAD WIDTH 37"
RAKER TINE LENGTH 8"
POLE LENGTH 11'
PULL ROPE LENGTH 43'
WEIGHT 7 lbs
WARRANTY 1 Year
MANUFACTURER PART NO. WRK09

HOW TO ASSEMBLE

Once you have removed the contents of the package, take the rustproof plastic rake tines and start slipping them into the 37" rake head. After construction is complete with the raker head, the individual aluminum poles can be secured together with the snap locks at the end of each pole. Now the raker head can be attached to the pole with the provided hardware, don't forget to attach the rope at the open end of the pole before you begin use in deep water!

WHEN TO USE

The Weed Raker is best used when your pond suffers from a growth of pond weeds, when there is decaying plant or organic matter on the ponds bottom, or when the pond's surface is covered with pond weeds. The weed rake is best used throughout the spring and fall, and stored for the winter.

Before using this product on public waterways, consult local environmental regulations, as some jurisdictions prohibit removal of native plants from waterways and shorelines. We also recommend identifying any vegetation you’re dealing with, since disturbing some invasive aquatic plants can help them spread.

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