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Thread: Better-Bait no ammonia, have you used it?

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    Default Better-Bait no ammonia, have you used it?

    I have been using the sure life better-bait in my freezer/minnow tank to remove chlorine (Blue stuff). Was looking at this product https://www.amazon.com/SureLife-No-A...pb_opt?ie=UTF8. Has anyone tried it?

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    I use the blue stuff as well. I did not know they had this product. Probably be good for a system not running a filter
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    I run a filter but I seem to lose too many minnows. I have not tested water yet (Maybe too lazy!) Main question is can this be used in place of blue stuff?

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    The folks a better bait would be the ones to ask about compatibility. I would think that it could ve. I usually use the aquarium water conditioner to if needed. I usually lose a lot of minnows in warm weather. In cold weather I lose only a few.
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    My best success with Emerald Shiners & Tuffy Minnows is using Shad Keeper. Memphis Net & Twine is where I buy mine. Chemically removing chlorine only is a mistake. You need some kind of Bio Filter and a chiller if really long term storage. The bacteria that grows in the Bio Filter lives on chlorine.

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    The best setup I had was 100 gallon tank with a 55 gallon plastic drum filled with lava rock for a filter. As long as the temps stayed cool those tuffie minnows would live forever
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