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A Livewell to Keep Your Catch Safe

Some things are common with every fishermen. You’ve been out on the lake fishing all day and you have caught a bunch of fish. They are sitting in your boats livewell and you are heading back to shore. Yet the last thing you want to do is go back to the fish house to clean the fish. There really isn’t another choice though. You can’t leave the fish in your livewell because the fish will not last through the night. A stringer that leaves the fish in the water isn’t a good option either since other fish and turtles can eat them.

This experience is something all anglers have had. It usually means they must clean their fish while they are tired at the end of the day. Taking the risk of them being eaten or dying overnight is often the alternative. This is why many fishermen have opted for a livewell that can be hung off of their dock. A livewell allows the fish to stay in fresh water and also protects them from fish or other animals. The morning can now be reserved for fish cleaning.

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A fantastic livewell that can be hung off the dock or boat has been created by AP outdoors. Numerous situations can be handled by this lunker lodge fish livewell. It is large enough to fit bigger fish or higher quantities of fish. The strength of the livewell is also meant to keep your fish in and other critters out. It will last over time because of the materials used. Since they are constantly exposed to water and waves many livewells become unusable in short periods of time.

Struggling to find a solid container for bait is another problem for fishermen. Tremendous amount of bait can be handled in this livewell as well as keeping fish you catch during the day. This all means that there will never be another livewell needed by fishermen since it is built well and with a dual purpose.

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August 1, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized |

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