KeepAlive® Livewell Systems

   

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Granite - Insulated

30 Gallon

White Blue

30 Gallon

Keep your bait fresh with a KeepAlive Livewell System! Includes: Oxygen Infuser 460 GPH Rule® pump, recessed drain, handles, built-in air control center, hold-down plate for pump and 13'' lid with twist locks. All tanks feature dark blue interior walls that reduce stress and keep your bait calmer and healthier. 30-gal. model is also available in an insulated version that keeps the water cooler longer and features an attractive granite finish.
Rated 3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Portable Livewell System works great. Have had 200 Spot in the 30 gallon unit for 3 hours of travel time and the baits were perfect when I transferred them into my livewell on my boat. Very well made. Def worth the money!!! October 2, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor Design I bought the 30 gallon insulated model. The infusor sits on the bottom of the tank mounted to a bracket installed by the company. However they sure did not check to see if the bucket leaked as I lost $75.00 in bait, due to it going dry overnight. A hole cut out in the bottom makes no sense, they need to find another way to mount the infusor! May 22, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by bad pump used tank 4 times and pump burned up. i am going to basspro tommorrow to see if they will warranty it. have only had tank for 1 month. when it worked it worked well. May 28, 2008
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Not a live well. Just wire mesh it is sorta hour glass shape (bottom is about 14" diameter. {ut bait in it, just drop it in the water with the live bait. When new bait is needed just pull it up; push on the spring action lid, (lid closes when hand removed), and pick a bait, return to water. Water from lake etc flows through it and evacuates when pulled up to or on the boat.
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