Our MuckMats are giant, environmentally-friendly Mats that rest on your lake bottom. MuckMats create an instant, firm, weed-free area to walk on without sinking in muck.
MuckMats (like our LakeMats and BoatLift Mats) also eliminate the growth of aquatic weeds at the bottom of your lake area.
The difference between a MuckMat and a LakeMat is that the Muckmat has an extra layer that prevents you from sinking into the muck and creates a firm bottom for you and your friends & family to enjoy.
Made of tough, geotextile fabric, reinforced with geogrid on a rugged steel frame.
Our MuckMats come in 3 sizes – Small (12' x 14'), Medium (12' x 19'), Large (12' x 24'). Our Mats are easily linked together to get rid aquatic weeds and control the muck for your entire lakefront
2-5 business days
What is a MuckMat for?
Creates a firm lake bottom
Eliminating aquatic weeds
Prevents sinking into muddy lake bottoms
Building an ideal beach and swim area
How the MuckMat works?
Unique Mat, Frame and Geogrid
Eliminates weeds through preventing photosynthesis
Water and gas permeable to not harm the natural ecosystem
Non-woven geotextile - won’t catch fish hooks or other debris
Geogrid - stops you from sinking in the muck
Creates a firm and secure lake bottom
Geogrid and framed-mat stabilizes the loose sediments and stops you from sinking - the “snow shoe effect”
High strength - place you dock or boatlift on our mats!
MuckMat on the Lakebottom
No surprises - walking and swimming safe lakebottom
No sinking & no lake weeds
Pleasant and non-slippery surface
Installing the MuckMat
Least intrusive solution for controlling aquatic weeds and creating a firm lake or river bottom
30 minute assembly & install
Instruction manual included.
Environmentally firendly: no chemicals, it will not harm fish and other lake residents
Installing the MuckMat
How to create a beach with the MuckMat
Three Steps to create a beach
Assemble MuckMat in 30 minutes
Place on the bottom of your lake
Easy to walk in with two people on both ends. The mat will slowly sink on its own.
Place a thin layer of sand
You can add more sand to create a thick beach if desired
Will these Mats prevent algae?
Will zebra mussels get on them?
Will they work in brackish or salty water and will they last?
I have a rocky bottom, what Mat can I use?
What is a Lily Hammer Mat?
Can the Mats be used in rivers?
How long does it take to kill lake weeds?
How do they kill lake weeds?
What is the guarantee?
How long will they last?
Are they safe for my lake?
Do they need a permit?
How do I clean my Mat?
Will the weeds come back?
Can my Mat be left in all year?
Can’t I just use muck pellets?
What about the MuckMat?
Can I put sand on a MuckMat?
What is a MuckMat?
Do you offer discounts for ordering multiple Mats?
What holds them down?
What’s the difference between MuckMat and LakeMat?
Are they in stock and how long does it take for delivery?
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