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Marine Metal Power Bubbles Aerator

   

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Marine Metal Power Bubbles Aerator increase the capacity of up to 2 livewells by saturating the water with oxygen from this quiet, powerful 12V air pump. Operates on only 1/4 amp. Can be easily wired directly to boat panel. Most effective when used with a water renewal system. Complete kit includes pump with 6' power cord and copper battery clips, 10' airline tubing, anti-siphon valves, and large air stones. Made in USA.

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Bass Boat livewell- cheap insurance I installed this product in my previous and current bass boat for tournament fishing. This practically replaces the need to use noisy recirculation pumps. mount the pump in the rear compartment, run lines into each livewell tank through tube holes drilled at the top letting rocks rest on the bottom of livewells. Turn it on when you get to the lake andforget about it- fish won't die. Very low power draw, almost no noise box says 36 gal capacity.making it suitable for nearly all livewell applications..Best improvement i've done with anylivewill in my life.. . January 24, 2013
Durable Well Made Aerator I am leaving this review as I purchase my 2nd unit. I bought on a year or two ago and it has exceeded my expectations as to how much air it would produce and how big of a tank it will supply. I use this in a stryofoam cooler (48 quart or so) housed inside a homemade box lined with styofoam to provide insulation and durability. I live in NE ARK where summertime temps hit 100 degrees. Nothing will keep bait alive if you allow your water to heat! This pump in conjunction with a frozen water bottle (16 oz or so) provides ample air for two pound of minows that I have kept as long as a week while fishing. Don't overdo the Ice! Keep it cool not cold if you are fishing hot weather, rapid change in temp will kill! I move from bait box to bucket a few at a time. It will keep them alive until the water gets "slimy". The current draw is minimum and this pump will work almost indefinitely on even a "marginal" battery. Needless to say I am well pleased. July 24, 2008
Power Bubbles This is a great bubbler, with two huge stones, I use it to keep Two 5-gallon buckets of mud minnows alive. Not only does it pump out tons of air, I ran it for a 6 days in a row without ever charging my battery. This is my second one, the first wore out after about 4 or 5 years, and i did not hesitate to get the same one again. The new one comes with a much better air hose than the old one used to. Deffinitly a five star product. July 1, 2007
Great Aerator! Finally I have an aerator that puts out enough air and doesn't need separate batteries. I have hard wired the unit in my boat to use my trolling motor battery. I can keep two buckets of minnows alive all day. It comes with two large air stones which is a big plus. I bought a second unit to mount in my truck to keep the minnows alive on the way to the lake. Now I can buy minnows anywhere along the way instead of hunting for them around the lake. July 8, 2006
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I have a 30 gallon bait well in my boat and I use the 12v one with both hoses that are furnished with the unit.. It works great.
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Supposed to support live well as well as bait well, I'd guess at least 10 to15 gal.
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36 gallons
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I ran this aerator in a 46 qt cooler with no problems. Kept minnows lively.
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Just a guess but I'd say it depends how often you run it. My experience I'd bet it would do 50 gallons easy with only one of the bubble stones if you were running it continuously. 20gal on one of of those 30sec/5min livewell timers should be more than fine. It works great.
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im making a live well for my boat and was going to use this product for it and was wondering should i just put lake water in my live well or put lake water and some ice to keep the water cold

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I use lake water or salt water either.. I don't think you will need ice, the bait will stay alive, no problem.
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in very warm weather and water,cool it down gradually.i freeze some water bottles and drop one in time to time.ice colds it to fast and melts to fast.
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I put lake water and a couple frozen water bottles in when it gets really hot. Works well for me.
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Lake water is fine. If your water is in the 90's, it wouldn't hurt to put ice in to slow their metabolism. Just watch out for ice with chlorine in it!
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There may be two theories to this. Lake water will work fine with this areator. This is really meant to be used with a bait tank (a lot of individuals will use them in conjunction with a 5 gallon bucket for minnows or crawfish). If you are using this to create a large livewell for your catch, you may want to look at larger air sources. Also, colder wtaer does tend to carry more dissolved oxygen than warmer water, so the use of ice in conjuction should help in improving oxygen levels. Just be sure not to use so much that you stun your bait or catch.
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