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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 4 out of 5 by Good bait bucket, lots of room Hello fellow fishermen. Pros: Design and internal space of bucket. The Aero bait system keeps all parts concealed avoiding rust and having to move tubes and stones around. Lots of room in 5 gallon for live bait as big as pinfish to swim around. Con: Initially it appears as if the aeration system is not providing enough oxygen as it is not diffused like from the stones, but a single stream of full air bubbles, but kept my bait alive for hours nonetheless. Overall, proud of purchase, worth the money. April 19, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by no fish floating I have only been able to use the bucket once so far. I purchased 4 dozen crappie minnows and was out on the reservoir for about 5 hours. Didn't loose a minnow. It was also recommended by the bait shop that I use. March 23, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by GREAT PRODUCT I PURCHASED THIS ITEM FOR MY GRANDFATHER ON HIS BIRTHDAY AS HE IS AN AVID CRAPPIE FISHERMAN. HE HATED HAVING TO CONSTANTLY BUY NEW MINOWS WHILE CAMPING AS HIS WOULD ALWAYS DIE. HE NO LONGER HAS THAT PROBLEM THANKS TO THE AEROBAIT SYSTEM. ITS QUIET, IT REQUIRES LITTLE POWER MAKING THE BATTERY LIFE GREAT AND ITS SUPER EFFICIANT. I WOULD ABSOLUTELY RECOMEND THIS PRODUCT TO ANY SERIOUS FISHERMAN. September 16, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good product I have purchased more then one of these for the charter boats I run.. They work fine as long as you keep the water really cold by adding ice every now and then and don't over load the system with to many minnows. I would recommend not putting over 5 to 6 dozen minnows in it at a time. On recent perch charter I had three on these running with 5 dozen in each and never lost a minnow. Will continue to use this product on my boat. Have a great day. August 31, 2010
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Yes. Well aerated and insulated!
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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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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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