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GullGuide

Bait and live well oxygenators by Aqua Innovations

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Hey all,
Just received my Aqua Innovations "Magnum" unit. This baby looks to be the bomb as far as keeping your bait and fish in tip-top shape.
The Magnum can oxygenate up to 32 gallons of water, perfect for your boats live well or your minnow tank at home!
I will be putting this baby through the wringer as far as testing goes, but as I sit here looking at it, it looks to be very durable and well made. It runs off of a 12 volt battery, is compact and easy to install.
Keep checking this thread, or click this link-
http://fishingmn.com/oxygenator/
for more information on this great new product!

[This message has been edited by GullGuide (edited 01-22-2003).]

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They also have a Oxygenator bait keeper. These are not aerators that only get up to 53% saturation in ideal conditions. The aerators also have to run continuosly.

The Oxygenator only runs as long as it needs to while producing pure oxygen by separating the oxygen molecules from the hydrogen in a water molecule. How does 98% saturation sound to you?

Very effecient method of saturating the water with high levels of oxygen and keeping your expensive bait alive many times longer than without or even with an aerator.

Low power usage as well. It only runs when oxygen levels run low unlike constantly running an aerator or livewell.

These babies will pay for themselves quickly by keeping your bait thriving and alive where they would normally die because of low oxygen levels.

Bait is expensive, now keep them thriving and lively for use the next day or even later. How many times have you had your expensive shiners die on you?

Keep your bait healthy and lively. Also keep your fish alive in your livewells without having to run the livewell to keep it aerated. Dead fish start to spoil quickly. Keep them alive as long as possible.

Fresh fish is the best.

[This message has been edited by Rick (edited 01-22-2003).]

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