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Catch and Release Calming Livewell Additive

   

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This stress-reducing livewell additive calms bass and walleye with a natural sedative. Stimulates and protects slime coating and reduces weight loss; instantly removes chlorine.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wouldn't fish a tourney without it Let's face it: we want to preserve our sport. And tournaments put a lot of pressure on the fish we need to keep the sport healthy. This product made a notable difference in the health of the fish we caught and released, over past experience--all were vigorous and lively after weigh-in, even after six hours in my live well. And I don't have a bass yacht, either--a more humble aluminum job, in fact (yes, with recirc and aerator features included). Yet several capfuls of this product through the day made for healthy smallies on release, who lived to fight another day. Buy this product, it's good stuff. August 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Product I use this all the time while fishing derbys. My fish are always alive and active. May 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Can't beat it Don't buy the small bottle because you will end up wishing you bought the big size. I've used this product for years and never lost a fish. Have even saved fish that were gill hooked and were bleeding when I put them in the live well. I have caught more than 75 LM bass over 4lb (good for Michigan) and never lost a big fish. I keep the big bottle home safe and dry and only keep a small amount at a time in my tackle box. August 21, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by effective Lost a live well full of fish last tournment, spent 3 hrs cleaning live wells after an decided I had to do something more. Purchased Catch and Release and it did everything advertised. I also filled water bottles with recomended mix and froze them, during the course of the day I removed the caps and put them in the live well, water temp was 88 degs. and a live well full of smallies and they all did great, calm and great color. This stuff works July 25, 2011
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Label says one capful per 20 gallons, I believe (label says one tablespoon, I think, then says this amounts to one capful). Product suggests replenishing periodically, particularly if live well water is turned over with fresh water over time--"when water loses its blue tint (produced by the product)". One bottle goes a long ways.
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1/2 cap full to 15 gals
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I just put a cap full in thats seems to do the trick.
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I use 1 cap full to every 10 gallons of water in my livewell. I also put more in as the day goes and depending on how much I use recirculate on my livewell.Hope this helped..
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