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Frabill Flow-Troll

   

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The Frabill® Flow-Troll® changes and aerates water automatically. Made of molded polyethylene, dent-proof, noiseless. Always floats with door up. Holds 4 dozen minnows or shrimp. 6-qt. capacity.

  • Changes and automatically aerates water
  • Molded polyethylene
  • Floats with door up
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Latch Broke Day 1 Literally, the first time I used it, the latch keeping the swinging door closed broke. The door now opens on its own, letting minnows out. I've had good experiences with Frabill in the past, but this one was low quality. July 20, 2012
bucket this is a nice bucket for the river and lake use it all the time i got three of them. good bye for what it cost. May 18, 2011
No brainer Like all the previous reviews, this bucket is the ultimate bucket. Once you've used it, you never use anything else again. February 19, 2011
keep 'em alive i have used several different brands of buckets, but this one has outlasted them all. simple construction, yet very durable. it's always great to find something you can rely on and doesn't cost a lot. a solid investment for the live bait fisherman. April 25, 2010
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You can't reach in to get a single minnow because the hole is too small. Just open the lid and dump them out onto the ground. If they are too difficult to catch stomp on them first.
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