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Catch Saver 12V DC Aerator Kit

   

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Designed to adjust to any cooler, bucket or livewell, this Catch Saver™ pumps water in, out, aerates and can be used as emergency bilge pump. Equipped with a spray bar that easily mounts with suction cups or screws, the complete kit includes 500 GPH pump with 10' electrical cord, copper clips and Fish Foam filter.

Catch Saver 12V DC Aerator Kit 4.7 5 24 24
in more ways than one... This pump can be a real life saver in more ways than one. Easy to use and well made. February 16, 2009
every thing is the best I think your store is the best way to keep me fishing.i have found no other too take your place. so keep the good things commihg and ill shop with you for ever and the catch saver that I bought is the best April 15, 2014
this pump is a no brainer this is so simple to use, i use this pump in my cooler, just like it says pump water in, then drop in cooler for aeration and when finish just pump everything out. it has a really good 500 gph pump. i even use an older one for my bilge. great product, very versitile December 12, 2008
Awful experience I might have enjoyed this product had BPS not sent me something that had obviously been returned and restocked without it being looked over. I received a box which had clearly been opened before and inside there were several pieces missing. Like an idiot I tried to McGuyver the thing together but only determined that the unit was actually non-functional. At this point I couldn't return it anymore so I ate the cost of it and learned a good lesson. July 27, 2013
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how many gallons tank will this take care of
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call the company
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This will handle 25-30 gallons of water.
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I'd like to use this on my boat but dont want to have to take it in and out of the water when I move.
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what I did was put it in my cooler and took zip ties and and put small holes it the top of my coioler to hold trhe hose up out of the water. and it works just fine.
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The intake is the bottom of the pump. There would be no way to add a hose.
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I have a 1984 bass tracker and it has two livewells but they just don't fit the bigger 6 to 7 pound largemouth that we catch. Would this aerator keep the bass alive in a bigger cooler that does fit the fish?
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yes, it moves enough water to work in a large cooler or box to keep any fish alive
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yes I use it in large cooler and it works grate
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theres no reason why it wouldn't. just make sure you take into consideration the water temp and clarity. colder the water the better it holds oxigen
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Is this a floating aerator?

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no, it has rubber suction feet that affixes it to the bottom of the container
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no it gos in thew bottom of your coller
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No, it is designed to be attached to the bottom or side of a well with suction cups.
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This unit doesn't float .
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No it don't float it has suction cups built on the bottom just to secure it to what ever surface you placing it on
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this is not a floating aerator. but it is a great portable one. the good thing is ,you can lower it (depending on length of hose and wire) into the deeper cooler water off the surface. great to pump water in and out. i've used this pump in my smaller jon boat with a cooler and it worked great.
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No. It does work very well and I was surprised at how long it kept my minnows alive. It's not very large, but it definitely does the job better than most bait buckets.
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12 volt marine battery
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I hooked mine to my trolling motor battery, but any 12 volt battery will work
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it will work off your boat battery
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A 12V battery,
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You are going to need a trolling battery that is 12 volt
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your boat/car battery
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I hook it to my trolling motor battery with the included wiring.
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Any 12 Volt battery would do, but I would suggest a 12 volt marine all-purpose battery to get the most run time out of this product.
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trolling battery 12 volt
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