Super Bait Saver®
Operating on only 3/4 amp, this low-profile livewell includes a durable poly well with molded handles, hinged lid, and cutting board top. Ultrasonically sealed motor comes with 6' cord, copper clips, and filter. Tank tested. Made in USA.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rock12 Great Purchase This is the 2nd bait saver that I have purchased. The first one lasted for about 10 years and probably would have lasted longer if not exposed to the sun. It does an excellent job of keeping bait alive. May 23, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by steven1973 good choice Worked very well for us. Changed battery clips to cigarette plug which made it easier to use . April 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by PortStar Simply Love it I have the 10 gallon and I just love it. I can keep my castnet in it when it's not in use. I use it on my canoe and have used it as backup on my larger saltwater boat when the baitwell pump dield. If you have the room, go for the 20 gallon, the pump that it comes with can handle it. Just so nice the way all the pieces fit together, much better than rigging up a cooler or something. should last forever too. well worth the money IMO. January 11, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by hodgie2411 Bait saver 10 gallon livewell I fish around East Central Florida saltwater and I like to use live bait, primarly shrimp, mullet and pilchards. My boat does not have a livewell and no option to plumb one either. This product seemed to be a good fit. I thought the price tag was more than what it was worth but the 5 gallon bucket with a bubbler was not enough. The first two times out I thought the aerator was running to fast but it was keeping the baits alive and well. The third time out the aerator failed and heated up rapidly. Marine Metal Products is a great company and they have been around forever I notified them of the issue and I recieved a new aerator withing two days free of charge. They said the manufacturer of the aerator motor had some issues? Over all the aerator keeps the baits alive and well for a really long time. I also noticed that the baits keep there color longer and are still very lively even after they have been in the well for a while. I would recomend this to anyone that is a true live bait fishing person without the option to have a circulating livewell built into there boat or if you are transporting live baits over a distance. November 2, 2012
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Details:What are the dimensions of this product? I have a Tracker 175TXW and want to make sure it will fit. I want to use for large shad for stripper fishing
A:I am not sure what size you would get however if I had a bigger boat as your tracker 175 I would probably go with the 20 gallon vs the 10. You would be able to keep more baits for a longer time. If you go to Marine Metal Products website they will have all the dimensions posted
A:This is not and insulated bucket so the water tempeture would be a huge factor on how long minnow would last.
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A:I use this for minnows all the time but this is not an insulated bucket. The main concern on keeping minnows alive is the temperature. If you keep ice blocks or cubes in the water they will keep long times. These bait buckets have the best bubblers on the market but if you let the water get warm, the minnows will always die.
A:The whole line of superbait savers run off of a 12 volt DC battery, ( same as a car/ truck battery). The cords have clips on the end to attach to the batteries positive and negative posts
A:No, it's not insulated but does a good job of keeping bait alive. I have put ice in water on really hot days.
A:The super bait saver is not an insulated bucket, they do sell insulated bait saver buckets in smaller sizes
A:No it is not insulated. But I have kept shad alive for about 8 hours in 100 degree heat. I use a handful of home water softener salt and add some ice about once an hour. Also added a hose a couple inches down from top to pump water through the tank and out the hose. I do this after about 6 hours in to the day.
A:These run on a 12 volt DC battery, ( a car or truck battery for example)
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