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Power Bubbles Aerator

   

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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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The Best Works great, I bought another for my boat. I use one on each end of my boat for live well and bait well. Keeps bait and catch lively even in hot weather. Very lively fish for weigh-ins in crappie tournaments. I got the first one 5 years ago and still going strong. January 19, 2008
Highly Recommend I have had this product in my last three bass boats and it will keep 25 lbs of fish alive in Alabama heat in August. Great Product and should be mandatory in tournaments. July 24, 2013
Beats my old way I used to use it's battery operated cousin, but the cost of "D" batteris and the fact that it wasn't sealed as good (because the batteries had to go in and out) made that much more expensive. Save the money in the long run and buy this one. I mounted it inside my centerconsole, high and dry, and have had 36 shiners (good freshwater Tarpon bait) last 24 hours no problem. Battery had no problem either. However my next purchase will be a timer to ensure battery life....just covering the bases. Great product with the double air stones. September 5, 2008
Keep alive Recommend you get a delay switch vs running this thing constantly. If you run it constantly, after 8 or so hours it will probably drain a group 34 120RC battery enough that you can't start your motor with it. BUT... Using this your fish will come out of the livewell much livelier than when they go in. They are crazy when you pull them out after running this bubbler! So, if you wanta keep your fish from dyeing, this will do it for sure. Run it with a livewell timer and it's all good! May 17, 2012
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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.
2 years, 5 months ago
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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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