How does the T-Weeder Tool work?

The T-Weeder Tool is a water rake that quickly and easily eliminates unwanted aquatic weeds which may be invading your swimming, boating or fishing areas, and hindering your enjoyment of the water. Swim and wade without the tickling and tangling of lake weeds!
Lightweight, the T-Weeder can easily be pitched, as you would a softball, out into the water with an extra shove of the hand for distance. This can be done from the beach or dock, or any other stable platform
The T-Weeder quickly sinks to the lake bottom, among the unwanted weeds. As the T-Weeder skims along the bottom while it is being pulled back in, the unique design of the teeth along the 3' wide "T-Head" grabs at and pulls out any aquatic weeds in its path.
Using the 25' rope that is attached to the T-Weeder handle, pull the rake back towards you and bring in your harvest of unwanted aquatic weeds! Repeat this process until you have cleared the area of lake water that you wish to enjoy.
Once the T-Weeder is pulled in the weeds are easily shaken off, and it is ready to be tossed out again. The T-Weeder can reach where many other devices can not, and it is more efficient at removing aquatic weeds than other devices.

Customer Comments

John S., Fort Ann, NY

Hi Tim, I received my second T-WEEDER a few days ago. All the tall floating weeds are GONE and a large amount of the bottom weeds as well, although that part will be an ongoing process. You'r idea and work developing the T-WEEDER was not in vain, at least for this pond owner and his pond. THANK YOU!

Mark R. - Minnesota DNR

Hello Mr. Brennan, I got a chance to go out and test the T-Weeder today and was absolutely impressed on how it worked. It is going to hopefully make the job a lot easier when I do curly-leaf pondweed delineations in the spring. Thanks again for “downsizing” your product to fit our needs. Mark R. Assistant Aquatic Invasive Species Specialist MN DNR, Division of Ecological and Water Resources

Peg from Maryland

Just wanted to let you know the T-Weeder arrived yesterday! We tried it out in the pond last night for about an hour. Wow! What a lot of gunkie weeds we got up. It was a real workout for John! But ... just wanted to say it worked like a champ. [...] The teeth are just long enough not to grab TOO much so that you can't bring it in at all. Thanks!