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    I look for igloo stuff cuz they usually have foam in the lid and will stand some weight, like a seat or to stand on as a casting platform. I know you won't be standing but it will take the load. Bungie restraints should help it stay put.
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    Got this one on Amazon. Brenda had a coupon on this one. 10.99 after coupon discount and free delivery to the door.

    Never used a cooler on a boat before. Usually use 5 gal buckets. Hope this cooler aint too big. Looks like a big garbage can. I guess I can use frozen liter coke bottles for coolant.

    Most my coolers are 6 pack holder types.

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    I guess I can use frozen liter coke bottles for coolant.

    That's the ticket Tom. Just like coolin minners with frozen 20oz bottles. Check for the right bungie length.
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    I use the plastic coffee containers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaunc View Post
    I use the plastic coffee containers.
    Good idea. I have lots of them. Looking to see you sometimes this coming spring.
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    Tom, that is the exact cooler I have. There is a reason it has wheels. Stuff it full of ice and crappie, it is heavy. It does a great job of keeping things cold.
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    Better get two coolers CP, one for BBs Beer.



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    Just dont do like I did and close the lid on the bait and not put an aerator. Apparently they need oxygen.

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