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#5262801 - 09/01/10 08:07 PM Re: Keeping a 5 limit Alive [Re: Bassin87']
Chase ™ Offline
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Built this out of a poly truck tool box for my tourney livewell:











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#5262891 - 09/01/10 08:39 PM Re: Keeping a 5 limit Alive [Re: Chase ™]
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chase could you explain your design. mine is pretty bad a$$ BUT YOURS IS PRETTY BAD A$$! i have mine stored at my buddies house so i will upload a pick later but please explain concept what is the top pvc for?
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#5263315 - 09/01/10 10:28 PM Re: Keeping a 5 limit Alive [Re: jmounger]
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Originally Posted By: jmounger
You can fist 2 50lbers in one facing opposite directions.


ewwwwwwwwwwwwww.......... eeks
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#5263499 - 09/02/10 12:28 AM Re: Keeping a 5 limit Alive [Re: Bassin87']
Chase ™ Offline
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Originally Posted By: Bassin87'
chase could you explain your design. mine is pretty bad a$$ BUT YOURS IS PRETTY BAD A$$! i have mine stored at my buddies house so i will upload a pick later but please explain concept what is the top pvc for?


The pipe on the lid is a permanent spray bar that I hook up to my wash down system on the boat and then I have the bottom spray bar and pump to recirculate water. The top one constantly pulls fresh water in.

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#5263755 - 09/02/10 07:14 AM Re: Keeping a 5 limit Alive [Re: Chase ™]
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If you look at some film footages of some tourny's on the might miss and other big catfisheries most people are using old aluminum tool boxes. They are light weight when empty and most are welded water proof.
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#5264346 - 09/02/10 10:18 AM Re: Keeping a 5 limit Alive [Re: Spud--Cattin Around Adventures]
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The one I have above is very light weight and if you look closely at the first picture on the lid I put weatherstripping and don't have a problem with water coming out.

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#5265225 - 09/02/10 02:58 PM Re: Keeping a 5 limit Alive [Re: Chase ™]
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Chase you plannin on puttin Orca in that thing??? HOLT SHE ITE BATMAN!!! lol........... That is one heckuva livewell.......... I need one about that big for the Redfish I catch but not so much for that Catfish lol.



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#5265372 - 09/02/10 03:36 PM Re: Keeping a 5 limit Alive [Re: Mexicajun1]
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Me and JJason had 3 in the 20's fit in that thing at the Cabelas tourney this past year and they were comfortable!

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#5266077 - 09/02/10 06:39 PM Re: Keeping a 5 limit Alive [Re: Chase ™]
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Nice design, looks simple and im sure very effective. That bottom mounted pipe serves as a drain and "T's" off as an over flow? thanks
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#5266090 - 09/02/10 06:46 PM Re: Keeping a 5 limit Alive [Re: mustan92g]
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You got it. Constantly drains if I keep running water in it continuously.

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#5266242 - 09/02/10 07:35 PM Re: Keeping a 5 limit Alive [Re: Chase ™]
Woodpecker (Jim) Offline
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Chase4, that is one fine box, ever thought of putting in a skylite???
Originally Posted By: Chase4
Built this out of a poly truck tool box for my tourney livewell:












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#5266419 - 09/02/10 08:22 PM Re: Keeping a 5 limit Alive [Re: Chase ™]
Woodpecker (Jim) Offline
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Did you patent that?? How about a Skylite??? I like it.
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#5266424 - 09/02/10 08:24 PM Re: Keeping a 5 limit Alive [Re: Chase ™]
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I assume you are filling it with the lake water correct? If so how do you keep your aerator jets free of debris? thanks
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#5267141 - 09/03/10 12:07 AM Re: Keeping a 5 limit Alive [Re: mustan92g]
Chase ™ Offline
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Originally Posted By: Woodpecker
Did you patent that?? How about a Skylite??? I like it.


Fill me in on this skylite.

Originally Posted By: mustan92g
I assume you are filling it with the lake water correct? If so how do you keep your aerator jets free of debris? thanks


Mustan92g, the jets don't touch the water or get clogged if that's what you are asking. It is being filled with lake water at all times when I want to constantly run it. The pump that is actually in the livewell box has a "sponge" if that what you want to call it and it is filtering out the bad stuff and all I have to do is pop the suction cups off and untwist the bottom housing and clean the sponge real quick, but it doesn't seem to affect it with a little debris.

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#5267184 - 09/03/10 01:21 AM Re: Keeping a 5 limit Alive [Re: Woodpecker (Jim)]
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Originally Posted By: Woodpecker
Chase4, that is one fine box, ever thought of putting in a skylite???
Originally Posted By: Chase4
Built this out of a poly truck tool box for my tourney livewell:














Chase has a good looking box clap
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