Frabill® Min-0²-Life™ Aerated Bait Buckets

   

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4.25 Gallon

Frabill's Min-02-Life™ Aerated Bait Bucket is your complete bait protection solution. Offering four-season temperature control plus the advantage of top-quality aeration. Aerated Bait Bucket is portable with air hose and high-output airstone that operates for up to 24 hours off 2 D cell batteries (not included) and features a durable insulated foam liner.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Buy Works great and I bought the Lithium batteries pump last longer. February 9, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by The best! Much easier to use than the typical boat baitwell...not necessary to stand on your head to get bait...easy for kids to use...keeps bait very lively. October 31, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Really good purchase. To catch red drum down here in Florida you need live bait, this bucket is perfect for the job. I've been on four six trips and have yet to replace the batteries. It keeps the fish alive and well, great insulation too. If you are ever going after those fish that require live bait, this is essential. It pays for itself. August 8, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good bucket I have only used it one time but it works really well.I especially like the D cell batteries.Ran all day and was still going strong. Just wish it was a little taller. July 17, 2010
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It does both. Floats great, just remember to put it in the boat before you go trolling or else it will kill the minnows.
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you have to call frabill to order them they cost 6 dollars, i ordered 4, now i have 3 for backup, they dont put them on their website but they do have them
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I put two dozen shiners in without a problem, so I would say at least a dozen or more.
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Not very many cause in is made for minnows. I do beleive they make a bigger one, check the online catalog.
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If trying to keep them alive,I would say about two dozen. Thats how many large minnows I put in mine.
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A little more then twenty.
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No, bucket is too wide
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Yes, even if you are not ice fishing.
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does it have a handle?

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trying to figure out if i have to tuck it under my arm to carry or if the bucket has a handle.
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yes it does have a handle
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Yes it has a handle. It gets a little lopsided when low but very manageable.
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It has a handle and a slot in the lid for a minni net
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It has a handle.
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Is it insulated?

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Yes it is foam insulated on the inside and keeps them nice and cool.
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Yes it has a foam liner.
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Sure is.
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Yes, it has an insulated foam liner.
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I was watching tv, and it showed the bait bucket that run on 2 d-cells,and also a plug in to run on 12 volts does this bucket have that also? I know it was a frabill bucket but not sure which model. thanks for any input on this!!
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no it does not but you could rige up an adapter for it easily. I have used Duracells and it ran for days.
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Check the Frabil website or customer hotline.
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I bought the pump by itself. I'm not aware of it running on a 12 volt charge. I am sure that it runs on 2 D-cell batteries. I use mine a lot and I have had it for about 3-4 months. I have yet to replace the batteries in it, though, it is getting about time to. I hope this is helpful!
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