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shad tank on a budget (part 2) #12759142
05/17/18 05:28 PM
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Hey guys, I was getting some questions about how I rigged up my moeller baittank that I made a video over recently called "shad tank on a budget". This prompted me to make a part 2 that is more comprehensive and more spelled out. Here it is if interested or had any questions about it...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l25qaoFg9-c


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Re: shad tank on a budget (part 2) [Re: RespectTheFish] #12760237
05/18/18 01:05 PM
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I don't see how you get rid of the ammonia and the scales and goo. Lake water is good to start but the shad will muck it up quick.


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Re: shad tank on a budget (part 2) [Re: RespectTheFish] #12761061
05/19/18 12:48 AM
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I think the combination of my DYI PVC filter and the shad keeper. I’ve been pleasantly surprised how good of a job it does and haven’t had one shad die in that tank. Temperature is starting to be a big concern so I just put a 30 gallon blue water baittank on my boat for shad and going to start using this shad tank on a budget for game fish I plan to keep


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Re: shad tank on a budget (part 2) [Re: RespectTheFish] #12761156
05/19/18 02:09 AM
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Nicely done.

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