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    I have the front livewell.? Is a bow live-well required?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slab View Post
    Depends if you catch fish or not!
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    My live well can be reached from anywhere in the boat ..

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    Plus ... itís easy to take the entire livewell to the cleaning station ...

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    how far and accurately can you throw a 1 to 2 lb object and hit a small opening is my question
    I know lots of fellas that can toss a slab 12 to 15 foot or so and hit the back livewell everytime
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    Rnvinc - what type of floor is that?
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    Do you keep your catch alive in your ice chest till you get to the butcher block. With that O2 rig, you can keep everything alive as long as you like and transport everything as far as you like. More bait and fish, just increase the dose of compressed O2.
    I also use an Ice chest and oxygen-injection system to keep m bait fish and my catch alive overnight or a couple days sometimes. I have used a oxygen-injection system a number of years, wouldnít go fishing without it now especially in the summer; they are quiet, dependable and extremely efficient and work 24/7 every day and really cheap to operate. A real life support system vs. an electric fan (a mechanical aerator).
    I get in after dark often and tired, Iíll keep my catch alive overnight in ice chest and butcher my catch the next day. No big rush to clean the fish, just casually keep all the fish alive until youíre ready to clean them tomorrow.
    I really do like to eat fresh fish that never taste or smells a hint of fishy. If fish smells or taste even a tad bit fishy, throw it out or give it to the cat because fishy tasting fish is definitely not fit to eat in my opinion.

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    Rnvinc - what type of floor is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketchn View Post
    how far and accurately can you throw a 1 to 2 lb object and hit a small opening is my question
    I know lots of fellas that can toss a slab 12 to 15 foot or so and hit the back livewell everytime
    I have a messed up shoulder, and hip arthritis, tossing and walking can both be a challenge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rnvinc View Post
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    My wife can walk barefoot on it in summer ...

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    If you have a problem walking around in the boat then a front live well is necessary . I have one and use it almost exclusively. My boat has a 25 gal front and a 80 gal rear. If I am long lining out the back then I use the big one, if spider rigging in front the little? one. Good luck on your search.
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