Bait Tank
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Posted on Thursday Apr 25, 2013 at 9:22 PM  
The front deck of my boat has rotted out so I'm going to recess a bait tank into it when I rebuild it. Any suggestions on a good bait tank in the 25-30 gal type? I'd like to use the original pump already in the boat to plumb it and fill it, but a good aeration system would be nice for shad. Thanks for the help. Also, an idea of how to drain them would help. The current "live well" up front just drains into the bilge when I pull the plug inside it.

Thanks,
Blaine
Posted on Thursday Apr 25, 2013 at 10:09 PM  
Blaine the front deck may be a bad location for bait tank if you pound the boat thru waves, you will be killing bait - center position would be better.
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Posted on Friday Apr 26, 2013 at 7:04 AM  
A Grayline Tank will last longer than your boat. Insulated, filtered and aerated water.
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Posted on Friday Apr 26, 2013 at 8:04 PM  
I was looking at the graylines. Probably what I'll go with.

Tony...I don't have much of an option with center of boat since my boat is a 19'6" windshield boat. The back end carries too much weight for my liking and a tank up front with about 250lbs of water would balance it out nicely. I never thought about killing the bait. I like the back of the boat completely open since this is how I frequently fish.
Posted on Thursday May 9, 2013 at 2:47 PM  
cabelas or bass p used to sell a round short tank in all sizes perfect to mount under deck with some boaat mod.
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