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#12348505 - 07/19/17 04:33 PM Air bubbler - Would it help?
bogey♂ Offline
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If you put one on your dock? Has anyone tried this?



Just brainstorming.
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#12348787 - 07/19/17 07:04 PM Re: Air bubbler - Would it help? [Re: bogey♂]
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If your talking about keeping minnows alive,I tried one with lines and they still died.

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#12349502 - 07/20/17 08:16 AM Re: Air bubbler - Would it help? [Re: bogey♂]
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I'm asking about putting long lines on the bubbler to run down to your structure and have the blue rock thing disperse the bubbles down by your cover.

The reason that I am asking this is that I know that crappie are curious critters.

Story time: I was playing disc golf at a buddies place a couple of years ago and threw a driver into the drink. After the round, I used my buddies fishing set up which consisted of a weight and a treble hook. I went to where my disc went in and started casting a couple of feet into the water to try and find it. After about 6-7 pitches, I swore that I actually got a hit. I told my friend that I just got bit and he laughed at me. I threw it back and pulled out an 11-12" crappie. This moment has stuck with me so there is where this question is coming from.
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#12349847 - 07/20/17 11:33 AM Re: Air bubbler - Would it help? [Re: bogey♂]
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So the hotter the water the less oxygenated hat it is. So during the warm months pumping air would most likely bring in all types of fish.
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#12350667 - 07/20/17 08:07 PM Re: Air bubbler - Would it help? [Re: Ash58]
TCK73 Offline
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Registered: 03/26/15
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The bubblers at lakes usually have some type of fish on them all the time.

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