Aerobait® Aerated Bait System

   

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A fully self-contained aerated system that keeps bait fresh. Includes insulated polypropylene bucket with a heavy-duty, battery-operated electric motor with recessed on/off switch. Check valve to prevent backwash into air pump. 7 quart requires 1 D battery, 5 gallon requires 2 D batteries (not included). Not designed to be submersible. 7 Quart: Color: Blue. 5 Gallon: Color: Blue/Grey.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Aerobait bucket These things work great. Have bought both sizes. But, eventually they stop working. Especially if you use them during ice fishing or cold open water. On my second one and done! March 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by GREAT PRODUCT THIS PRODUCT DOES EVERYTHING IT CLAIMS TO DO PERFORMS GREAT. I LIKE HOW QUIET IT IS AND IT OPERATES FOR AS MUCH AS THREE DAYS FOR ME LEAVING IT ON OVERNIGHT AND USING THE SAME D CELL BATTERY!!. I PURCHASED FROM BASS PRO SHOP ABOUT TWENTY YEARS AGO A COOLER WITH THE AERATOR INSIDE THE COOLER IN A CONTAINED AREA AND HAVE BEEN USING THAT FOR ALL THESE YEARS WITH GREAT SATISFACTION, BUT THIS NEW AERATOR BUCKET IS EVEN BETTER. October 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by GR - 8 Product One battery = 7days/24 hour operation. Add ice or frozen ice pack to H2O and minnows are good to go all day even out in a hot sun. One of the finest products I've ever owned and I fish a lot. Musky, walleye and all manner of frsh water fish in northern Wisconsin, Minnesota and Canada. You cannot go wrong with AeroBait. August 25, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Cheap quality Broke out of the box, they sent me the part to fix but very low quality For the money August 16, 2012
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Yes. Well aerated and insulated!

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Yes no problem
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Go online but I'd save your money. Poor quality product. Mine hasn't lasted 1 icefishing season. Better off buying an insulated bucket and a separate external pump.
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Please contact MAGIC PRODUCTS for parts by calling 715-824-3100.
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about 9.5 in tall and about 9.75 in width, though opening of container is about 5.5 in diameter
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5 Gallon
Height 19¼" Diameter 12¼"
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7 Quart
Height 12½" Diameter 10¼"
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Can I fish with it in a heavy rain storm?
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You cannot submerge bucket in water
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if you submerse the bottom of the bucket in water, it will fry

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Yes - Easily - No problem
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No not at all no liner or seal to prevent water entry.
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NO YOU MUST NOT LET WATER GET IN BOTTOM. JUST BE CAREFULL. THIS IS A GREAT BUCKET WORTH A TRY.
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buddy mine didnt make it through a light rain storm it was my second use of the bucket it shorted the motor out
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