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Oxygen tank to keep bait alive. #14597610 01/15/23 12:30 PM
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I’ve been looking at these little oxygen tanks xtreme bait tank offers as I’m wanting to keep my shad alive when I’m fresh water fishing and possibly for my shrimp and mullet when I’m salt water fishing. I’m just asking for advice as I’m not wanting to add a big bait tank seperately in my boat that will take up room. If I was a guide maybe just wanting to keep ‘em alive a coupe of days etc.

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Re: Oxygen tank to keep bait alive. [Re: jig master] #14597910 01/15/23 06:38 PM
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In my opinion, the smaller the tank the bigger the aerator needs to be to keep the oxygen level high.



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Re: Oxygen tank to keep bait alive. [Re: jig master] #14601372 01/18/23 08:29 PM
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"just want to keep 'em alive couple of days"

Keep in mind, there is a difference between live and lively.
I've always done much better using lively bait compared to live bait.


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